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a native or resident of Puerto Rico

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"Early Puerto Rican Cinema and Nation Building" significantly contributes to the recently expanding discussions of cultural networks by analyzing how Puerto Rican cinema navigates the problems arising from the connection and/or disjunction between nation and state.
Chenault in his book, The Puerto Rican Migrant in New York City (1938), sheds light on the migration trends of Puerto Ricans to New York City from the time period of the 1910s to the late 1930s.
Bring the Family and have a blast Puerto Rican style.
On August 28, 2018, the Puerto Rican government released the official death toll: 2,975.
According to Martinez-Fernandez, many who left Puerto Rico went to New York City or central Florida, where there are large Puerto Rican communities and where those fleeing often have relatives.
The direct and swift rebuke from Trump's Florida allies demonstrated the significance of the Puerto Rican voters in a state where races are often decided by slim margins.
A Federal Emergency Management Agency temporary housing assistance program that went to some 26,000 Puerto Rican families expires July 23.
Puerto Rican voter turnout rates, which historically have been far higher than those of electoral contests in the 50 states, tend to plummet upon reaching the mainland.
As a (http://www.albany.edu/lacs/caban.shtml) political economist  who has studied Puerto Rican political and economic change, I believe Hurricane Maria could be another watershed moment that redefines U.S.
In July 1994 Juan Mari Bras, the former leader of the Puerto Rican Socialist Party, went to the U.S.
To wit, Puerto Rican Light (Cueva Vientos), 2015, by San Juan-based duo Allora & Calzadilla (Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla), is both a specter and an homage.
Also, more than 11 percent of Puerto Rican adults reported being unable to work due to health problems, compared to about 3 percent of Central and South American adults, about 4 percent of Cuban adults and about 5 percent of Mexican adults living in the U.S.
(1) In addition, under Puerto Rico's Individual Investors Act (Act 22), these taxpayers are provided with a 100 percent exclusion from Puerto Rican income tax for all interest, dividends, and capital gains (to the extent such gains accrue after the person becomes a resident of Puerto Rico).
Timetric's 'The Insurance Industry in Puerto Rico, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2019' report provides in-depth market analysis, information and insights into the Puerto Rican insurance industry, including:
Compiled by Oswald Rivera, "Puerto Rican Cuisine in America: Nuyorican and Bodega Recipes" is a 336 page compendium of authentic Puerto Rican recipes that will grace any dining occasion, please any palate, and satisfy any appetite.
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