1220 L Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
NACOPRW provides training, mentorship and leadership development at the local and national level through workshops and institutes during the annual convention, and through chapter programs. We preserve our Puerto Rican and Latino heritage through cultural activities and events. We seek justice and give voice to the preservation of civil, health, educational and other rights through the dissemination of information, networking, collaboration and advocacy with other national and local groups, and through education, celebration, community and civil involvement.
Attorneys at Law
340 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11201
The Puerto Rican Bar Association, Inc. (PRBA) was founded in 1957. Its purpose is to offer both personal and professional support to Puerto Rican and Latino attorneys and address the concerns of a rapidly growing Latino community. The PRBA represents the interests of attorneys, judges, law professors, and students of Latino descent who share a common interest in fostering professional development in the legal community and addressing issues that are important not only to the Puerto Rican community but the Latino community as a whole.
The Puerto Rican Bar Association of Florida, Inc. began in 2003 with a small group of enthusiastic and determined attorneys from Miami-Dade and Broward Counties who envisioned a statewide organization that would serve as a voice for the concerns and opinions of, at that time, more than three quarters of a million Puerto Ricans living in the State of Florida.
New York, NY 10018
PRIDA, Puerto Rican Institute for the Development of the Arts, is an organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Puerto Rican artists and the arts.
Miami, FL 33137
The Summit is held annually in Central Florida. In 2014, Florida’s Puerto Rican population surpassed the one million mark. Since then, the state’s Puerto Rican community has continued to grow, with Central Florida as the destination of for the many new residents arriving from the Island.
The Puerto Rican Cuatro Project was begun in 1991 by a small band of New England/Puerto Rican artists, artisans, technicians, teachers and writers. They shared a passion for the cuatro and the concern that crucial links to the cuatro’s story are disappearing–surviving as they do in only the fading recollections of the Puerto Rican people. The Puerto Rican Cuatro Project provides a means to rediscover, document and preserve this “lost history” and then return it to the Puerto Rican people in all the ways that are accessible to them.
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center transforms lives by preserving, educating, and promoting Latino heritage through the teaching and practice of history, culture, the visual, performing, and literary arts.