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Spiritual care of Puerto Rican migrants

by Conference on the Spiritual Care of Puerto Rican Migrants San Juan, P.R. 1955.

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Published by Arno Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Puerto Rico,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Church work with migrant labor -- United States -- Congresses,
    • Puerto Ricans -- United States -- Congresses,
    • Puerto Rico -- Religious life and customs -- Congresses

    • Edition Notes

      StatementWilliam Ferree, Ivan Illich, and Joseph P. Fitzpatrick, editors.
      SeriesHispanics in the United States, Sondeos ;, no. 74.
      ContributionsFerree, William, 1905-, Illich, Ivan, 1926-, Fitzpatrick, Joseph P.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBV2695.M5 C65 1955a
      The Physical Object
      Pagination245 p. in various pagings ;
      Number of Pages245
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4404088M
      ISBN 100405131569
      LC Control Number79006206

      Lawrence Chenault’s The Puerto Rican Migrant in New York City addressed the problem as early as , some eight years after social workers had expressed grave concerns over tensions within Puerto Rican family life. 9 Subsequent studies such as Island in the City: Puerto Ricans in New York and The Puerto Rican Journey: New York’s Newest. Born in , she was the daughter of a church pastor and part-time travel agent who helped cultivate the spiritual lives of Puerto Rican migrants flocking to the city's industrial hubs for jobs.

      Puerto Rican literature is usually dated to the nineteenth century publication of El Gíbaro, a collection of pieces on the island's traditions, because the book represents the first self conscious expression of a native culture. Literary production is diverse, locally valued, and internationally acknowledged. [5] This was the case for two creative Caribbean writers, marginalized and despised in their homelands, the Cuban Reinaldo Arenas and the Puerto Rican Manuel Ramos-Otero, who found in New York a wider horizon for their literary talents, a greater realm of personal freedom, and AIDS related death.

      After the initial wave, many left, and by , Bethlehem's Mexican community consisted of roughly people, according to Peter J. Antonsen, author of "A History of the Puerto Rican Community in. Abstract. Puerto Rico, the United States’ oldest colony, harbors a long-standing history and evolving relationship with the mainland US. While both Puerto Rican and American, individuals from this island nation are faced with a unique set of challenges and, at times, conflicting identities and loyalties that make them both vulnerable and resilient in the face of : Cristalís Capielo, Amber Schaefer, Jorge Ballesteros, Marlaine M. Monroig, Fengheng Qiu.


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