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Puerto Rican Migration and Montage Quotidien: Donors

Puerto Rican Migration Then and Now Through the Lens of Contemporary Art, 1950-2019and Montage Quotidien: The Photographs of Máximo Rafael Colón. Thanks to Reynaldo Ortiz-Minaya and the Puerto Rican and Latino Studies Department of Brooklyn College

About Donors

Donors: The Alliance for Puerto Rican Education and Empowerment, (APREE), Dean Maria Ann Conelli, School of Visual, Media, and Performing Arts, Tunji Fussell, Office of Diversity and Equity Programs, Brooklyn College Humanities New York, Antonio Nadal ('68) and Milga Morales Nadal ('74), Dean Kenneth Gould, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Puerto Rican and Latino Studies Department, Brooklyn College, Dr. Reynaldo Ortiz-Minaya, Professor Miriam Deutch, Brooklyn College Library and Michelle J. Anderson, President, Brooklyn College