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Puerto Rican and Latino Studies: Welcome

"La Puerta"

The Brooklyn College Library is happy to welcome you to our Guide to Puerto Rican and Latino Studies with four time Grammy Award-winning Arturo O'Farrill '96 and the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra playing "La Puerta."  O'Farrill was born to musically accomplished Cuban and Mexican parents and joined the Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music in 2014 as the director of jazz ensembles.

Thank you for coming by the Puerto Rican and Latino Studies research portal to ask questions. Thank you for coming by to listen. "La Puerta," our door, is always open to you.

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Using This Guide

This library guide is designed for researchers of every kind. We are here for those who are just beginning research and unfamiliar with what the library offers. We are also here for those who know their way around a research library and are ready to find just what they are looking for. Open the doors, click on whichever tab you need, and move forward with your research project.

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Murals in the San Francisco Mission District.

The neighborhood became home to Latin American immigrants in the latter half of the twentieth century.

 

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