Marcantonio & Muñoz: Puerto Rican Migration & Transnational Politics

Thursday, April 15th, 6:00 p.m.
Centro Library East Building, 3rd floor,

Hunter College (68th Street / Lexington Avenue)

Puerto Rican migration contributed to the emergence of transnational communities. In East Harlem it was also marked by alliances with progressives such as Italian American Congressman Vito Marcantonio and opposition from Puerto Rican Governor Muñoz Marín. Presenter: Edgardo Meléndez.

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