A festive fusion of Coquito tastings made with rum. What better way to kick off the Holiday Season than by sipping on Puerto Rico’s favorite holiday drink while in good company, listening to live music and sampling good eats!
The Puerto Rican Bar Association of Illinois (PRBA) is a not-for-profit entity that was established in 1994 to address issues affecting the Latino lawyers and the Latino community.
50 Years of Young Lords: De Paul University & Young Lords Contact: Joanna Klonsky -312-307-0840 Joanna.firstname.lastname@example.org Jose (Cha-Cha) Jimenez -231-571-0502 email@example.com De Paul – CLR@Depaul.edu Purpose: To Commemorate and Further Young Lords Movement Friday, September 21, 2018 – 6 PM to 9PM Dialogue Former Political Prisoner, Oscar Lopez Rivera and Founder and President of the […]
It is the vision of the Puerto Rican Parade Committee to create, through its various activities, a sense of pride, historical understanding and greater self-esteem among all citizens of Puerto Rican origin living in the city of Chicago, or the state of Illinois.
The Puerto Rican Arts Alliance is dedicated to preserving Puerto Rican culture by maintaining our traditions, promoting our arts, providing educational opportunities in arts programming, and cultivating pride in our heritage for future generations.
The Chicago Young Lords, founders of this Latino movement, were the sons and daughters of the first Puerto Rican immigrants. They successfully built a national grassroots movement for self-determination within the Barrios of the United States.