June 19, 2013

Free English CPR Training

Block by Block would like to invite you to participate in two free upcoming trainings for individuals. The American Red Cross will provide these trainings, which will both be facilitated in English only. 

The English CPR Training and First Aid Training for individuals will take place Saturday, July 13, 2013 and Saturday, July 20, 2013 from 2:00PM - 4:00PM.


You must attend both trainings to receive your CPR and First Aid Certification, call or e-mail janeidar@prcc-chgo.org to reserve your space.


The trainings will take place at our facility: The Greater Humboldt Park Diabetes Empowerment Center is located at 2753 W. Division St., Chicago, IL 60622.

Teaching positions available



Centro Infantil Corretjer

Job summary: Responsible for the education and general development of the children enrolled in the agency's Head Start Program. Implements the curriculum in accordance with Head Start standards, educational plan and the agency philosophy.

Download the job description here.


Job Opening at

Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos Puerto Rican High School

Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos Puerto Rican High School is planning to expand it's course offerings and is seeking passionate, knowledgeable, creative and dynamic teachers to help make this a reality. Download the job announcement and instructions for applying here.


There is a vacancy in Teaching Puerto Rican Studies in our school. Please forward this to interested parties. For more information on our school, please click on the link below to visit us on our website.

Parks, Politics & People: 
A Walking Tour of Humboldt Park

Saturday, July 20

10 AM to 12 PM

You are invited to join Alliance Core Members DANK Haus German American Cultural Center, the Institute of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture and The Polish Museum of America for a tour of Humboldt Park, which has historically been a magnet for immigrants who bring their own cultural traditions to the neighborhood and park.


This two hour walking tour through the park and surrounding community leaves from the Institute of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture. Tickets are $20 per person.


This tour is part of the Chicago Cultural Alliance's Experience Chicago program, and its development was funded by a generous grant from The Boeing Company.


Our Urban Agriculture

Sunday June 23rd marked the 1st Seasonal Monarch Garden Giveaway! Between 11-1, Volunteers Sarah Finkel, Beti Guevara and Alejandro Luis Molina gave away approximately 30 pounds of produce to approximately 17 people. Among the produce given away: Kale, Swiss Chard, Lettuce, Broccoli, Italian Basil, Parsley, Strawberries, Collard Greens and Apple Mint! 
We want to thank all of the Monarch Gardeners that donated their surplus as well as those community residents that participated in the giveaway. Remember, every Sunday from 11am-1pm st the Garden, we will give away the surplus produce donated by the Monarch Gardeners.


Quote of
San Juan Mayor
Carmen Yulín Cruz

About the 1st United Puerto Rican 

People's Parade

"It highlights the hope that we (Puerto Ricans) can move forward as one (people) in pursuit of common goals that will help us have a fair economy and equitable society reinforcing that we are one nation divided by one ocean. Arriving here I have felt an overwhelming love and solidarity. It has been very humbling."


Who's who in

David López

Homeowner, Humboldt Park

"My wife Delilah grew up here in this community and we recently made the decision to relocate to Humboldt Park from the far west suburbs. We love knowing our neighbors and being close to so much good Puerto Rican food as well as being part of a community with so much history." 

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PRCC Board President 
 Publishes Article in 
An article by Dr. Margaret Power was just published in CENTROJOURNAL volume xxv * number i * spring 2013
"From Freedom Fighters to Patriots: The Successful Campaign to Release
The FALN Political Prisoners, 1980-1999." Download a copy here.


DSBDA Welcomes You to it's New Website!
The Division Street Business Development Association is excited to share all of our offerings online. For so many years people could walk into our offices and receive information about our many programs, but we have created this site as a convenient way for you to find out more about our community and businesses.


Oscar Contingent in People's Parade pictures
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Freshman Connection
at Clemente HS

Open only to incoming Clemente students

Monday, July 15-
Wednesday, July 31

Monday- Thursday

8:45 a.m. - 1 p.m.

The World in Chicago 

Download the flyer here!
La verdad musical
Haciendo Punto En Otro Son - Isla Nena (Vieques)
Haciendo Punto En Otro Son - Isla Nena (HQ Audio)

Lynne Stewart denied compassionate release

My Dear Friends, Supporters, Comrades:

I know we are all disappointed to the marrow of our bones and the depths of our hearts by the news that the Bureaucrats, Kafka like, have turned down my request for compassionate release.


Let me say, that we are planning ahead. The letter from the BOP (soon to be posted on the website) is flawed, to put it mildly. Both factually and medically it has major problems. We intend to go to court and raise these in front of my sentencing Judge Koeltl. At the first sentencing he responded to a query by one of the lawyers that he didn't want me to die in prison - we'll see if he can now live up to that. He is of course the same Judge who increased my sentence to 10 years - but this IS very different and we can only hope that we can prevail. Stay tuned for what we need from you. We will never give up. Keep reading at Lynne's website here.

Centro Infantil Corretjer Graduates Call Forth Faith and Future of our Community
Last Friday, June 21, the Centro Infantil Consuelo Lee Corretjer proudly graduated 9 students at the Institute of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture (IPRAC). E'Lani J. Feliciano, José López IV, Joselene Dorantes, Josian Rodriguez, Julissa Arce, Kato Santos, Melanie Morales, Jovanny de la Onefre, Naime Vázquez and Oyukky Urichima celebrated by performing "Las vacas lobotomicas", followed by teacher Maria Almanza reading the poem "Un Niño"  by Consuelo Lee Tapia de Corretjer, the Puerto Rican poet, educator, pianist and independentist. This was followed by the graduates performing "We are one" and Alma Moreno, a teacher who started out as a parent volunteer and also a parent of two Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos Puerto Rican High School graduates, read the English version of the poem "A Child".  
After the "Danza de Matlachines" PRCC Board Secretary Alejandro Luis Molina spoke, welcoming the parents on behalf of the PRCC and remembering Board member Irma Romero, who passed away on January 11 of this year. As well, he spoke about her daughter, CIC director Xóchitl Ramírez, also a Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos Puerto Rican High School graduate, as examples of our faith in the future, and the Puerto Rican Cultural Center's and in particular, the Centro Infantil's historical dedication to producing a generation of leaders, scholars, activists and parents that are helping to nurture "Nuestro Bello Barrio."


Click here to view our Flickr slideshow.
Centro Infantil Corretjer Parents Raise Funds to Increase Access to Technology & Professional Development!
Recently the staff and parents of the Consuelo Lee Corretjer concluded a fund-raising campaign that allowed them to purchase 2 more iPads for a total of 7.

María "Cuca" Bezares, the Lead Teacher of the CIC, afforded that the following outcomes are possible:

* increase independent and self-initiated learning among students

* increase student motivation and active engagement in learning

* improve teachers' capacity to plan for and meet individual student needs

* improve student learning outcomes

* extend students' learning beyond the classroom

* improve parental engagement in learning and strengthen home-school links. 


To register your child, please call 773-342-8866 and ask for Xochitl Ramírez or email xochitlr@prcc-chgo.org. Congratulations to the parents and staff of our Childcare!

Teach for America Gets Immersed in Humboldt Park

On Thursday, June 20th 50 Teach for America staff and teachers were given an in-depth tour of the Humboldt Park community. These teachers will be working in various schools throughout the Greater Humboldt Park area beginning in the fall. The purpose of the day's events was to immerse the teachers in the Humboldt Park community in order for them to better serve the students of this community. 


The day began with a panel discussion with community leaders at Roberto Clemente Community Academy. The community leaders included Marvin Garcia, Marcey Sorensen, Eliud Medina, Bill Gerstein, Jessica Fuentes and Jose E. López. The panelists spoke about the misconceptions of the Humboldt Park community and the efforts taking place to revamp the educational system in Humboldt Park. Following the panel, the TFA teachers and staff were given a tour of Paseo Boricua by Eduardo Arocho. They learned about the history of Puerto Ricans in Chicago and about the community's efforts to fight gentrification in Humboldt Park. 


After having lunch at various restaurants on Paseo Boricua, the group volunteered at different community organizations including the Division Street Business Development Association, Norwegian American Hospital, Vida Sida and the Diabetes Empowerment Center. They ended their day with poet Michael Reyes and a reflection led by Jose E. López, Executive Director of the Puerto Rican Cultural Center, at the Institute of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture.

Summer Anti-Underage Drinking Campaign Youth Theater Program, Spots Still Available! 

Beginning July 8th, the Puerto Rican Cultural Center through the After School Matters Program will be hosting a summer theater program for 30 youth. The program will not only teach the youth theater skills but will also be focused around the PRCC's Anti-Underage Drinking Campaign. The Anti-Underage Drinking Campaign is funded through the Partnership for Success Grant through the Illinois Department of Human Services. The 6-week program will conclude with a play created by the youth based on their collective experiences at the Institute of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture on Tuesday, August 13th.  There are a few spots still left in the program. For more information contact Juan "Nito" Morales at nitom@prcc-chgo.org.


Urban Agriculture Summer Program

This week 25 youth began working at various community gardens in Humboldt Park including at the Institute of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture, the Division Street Planters, the garden at the Crucifixion mural, the Coqui Garden, and La Casita De Don Pedro garden. The summer program is part of the Puerto Rican Cultural Center's Urban Agriculture Program funded by the Chicago Community Trust. The summer program is provided by the Neighborhood Recovery Initiative grant and will last 9 weeks. The youth program is part of the overall CO-OP Humboldt Park vision of providing an alternative for the fresh produce desert that exists in Humboldt Park. 

Northern Illinois University -PRCC Partnership Underscores Value of Community-based and Participatory Research

This is the 6th summer that Northern Illinois University associate professor, Dr. Laura Ruth Johnson, is instructing an educational research class for graduate students on Paseo Boricua. The course, which focuses on community-based and participatory research, meets for 6 weeks on Saturdays at the Puerto Rican Cultural Center, and involves students in the life of the community. Students attend community events; participate in discussions with community leaders, activists, and youth; and learn about the work of community organizations. Students will develop proposals for addressing particular community issues, which will be used to develop initiatives and community-university partnerships. Some previous projects that are being continued this year include youth access to and training in instructional technology and urban agriculture and science/engineering initiatives for youth.

PACHS Student Featured in Education Week
Chicago Teen Goes From Dropout to Top Student
Andrew Delgado, a student at Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos Puerto Rican High School, discusses a geometry problem with one of his teachers. The graduating senior has already enrolled at Malcolm X Community College in Chicago, where he will work toward an associate degree in criminal justice. More at Education Week here. Registration required.
Group of dropouts raising awareness, rewriting history through films 

A group of Chicago high school dropouts have returned to school to create art in the form of movies.  Their work is now recognized for generating awareness about some of the most pressing social issues. The students have also completed another big accomplishment-graduation.

They are a part of the Alternative Schools Network and became involved in a film project throughout the year.  The short movies tackle everything from youth violence to human trafficking. One of the movies, "What Is Freedom" won the Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives National Video Challenge. View the video here.

Puerto Rican parade an event of unity
Despite a downpour of rain and a forced move from Grant Park citing organizer's financial woes-the 2013 Puerto Rican Pride Parade went off without a hitch. Paradegoers sported umbrellas and raincoats to celebrate what's being called the first United Puerto Rican People's Parade.
"I'm very happy to be here to celebrate an occasion as monumental as the unification of Chicago's Puerto Rican community. It's wonderful to see the people celebrating together in Humboldt Park today," said parade grand marshal and San Juan, Puerto Rico, Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz.

After 34 years of celebrations in Chicago, this year was the first time the usual downtown festivities and the 'People's Parade' in Humboldt Park were combined. One group that benefitted from having Chicago's dignitaries and a large part of the Puerto Rican community present in Humboldt Park was VIDA/SIDA's El Rescate Youth Shelter.

"We've been really struggling, trying to get grants into the project," said Lourdes Lugo, director of El Rescate. "We are in dire need of mentors. People think that the only support you can give us is a check, but we need successful gay people to come in and talk to our young people. We need for people to help them learn that selling their bodies isn't the only viable option to avoid homelessness."

Others in attendance were folks from EM Lounge in the Hermosa neighborhood. "We're here to show that not only within the Puerto Rican community, but in the gay community-we are family," said Herrera, a regular patron of EM Lounge.

VIDA/SIDA was also present on the parade route. Queens and ambassadors represented with dancing and passing out information and resources to parade-goers.

The night continued with more festival activities and an after party at the home of Roberto Sanabria, board member of PRCC. Celebrating Puerto Rican pride were contestants from RuPaul's Drag Race-Jessica Wild from season two and Lineysha Sparx from season five; LGBT-rights activist Rick Garcia; and many others. More pictures here.



The Paseo Boricua Farmer's Market will reopen this weekend. Through this initiative the PRCC seeks to provide a place for Humboldt Park community residents to acquire fresh produce. The Famer's Market takes places on Fridays from 2pm-7pm and Saturdays from 10am-3pm at 2628 W. Division St. 


On Sunday, June 16, a powerhouse of elected officials and community leaders including Congressman Luis Gutiérrez, Ald. Danny Solís, Ald. Roberto Maldonado, Rep. Cynthia Soto, Commissioner Jesús Garcia, Dr. José E. López and Emma Lozano, sponsored a "A Father's Day Dinner to benefit Familias Unidas. Over 125 people gathered at Lagunas Club to hear Ald. Solis, José E. López and Rev. Coleman and Emma Lozano speak on different aspects of the struggle ofr immigration reform and honor the struggle of the families who fought to stay together and to raise their children in the face of the broken immigration law. Awards were also presented by U.S. Citizen and "Dreamer" Children to their parents in honor of Father's Day. Proceeds from the dinner benefitted the Children's Campaign for Immigration Reform and the Youth Health Service Corps.

TRIBUTE to Attorney Stan Willis
Last Saturday, June 22, PRCC Board Secretary Alejandro Luis Molina attended a brunch/Tribute for Activist/Attorney Stan Willis at the Small Business Center of the Amberg Hall on Chicago's West Side. The Tribute, sponsored by the Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, consisted of music and testimonies by well-known Chicagoans to the history of Stan's activism and defense of Black civil and human rights, dating back to his university days. Willis is a lifelong Chicagoan, rooted in the working class West Side, from which he has developed strong connections with numerous justice-seeking communities across the city, this nation, and internationally. His dedication to both teaching and social justice activism began long before he became a trial lawyer specializing in Civil Rights, Police Brutality and Misconduct, and Criminal Defense work. Read more about Stan here.
Campaign Breaks Wall of Silence since 2006
Oscar interviewed by Major Media in Puerto Rico!
El Nuevo Día
"TIME IS GOING TO BE MINE": Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar López speaks from prison

WASHINGTON - His long imprisonment has made Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar López Rivera appreciate every  minute he can speak with his family, answer a letter, or draw. After 32 years in United States prisons, his hope of returning to Chicago (Illinois), where he came to understand his Puerto Rico, and San Sebastián, where he was born and raised, is more valid now than ever. But he looks at the process of his application for clemency to president Barack Obama with the same firmness he learned during his 12 years in solitary confinement, recognizing that he may have to serve another decade in prison at Terre Haute (Indiana), where, in spite of the notoriety of his case, he continues to be prisoner 87651-024.


"They hold me in custody, but the time is going to be mine," López Rivera, 70 years old, said yesterday in a telephone interview with El Nuevo Día. English here.


Telemundo (Video-Spanish only)

Since 2006, Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar López has been prohibited from making any public statements to the press by the federal prison administration where he serving a 70 year sentence. Telenoticias is the only television station that has been granted an exclusive interview with him. Part 1 here.


Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar López has spent 32 years in 4 US prisons. Telenoticias is the first TV station to interview him since the prison authorities prohibited him from speaking to the press since 2006.  Part 2 here.


In the last part of the exclusive interview with Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar López, he expresses that "if the independence movement does not learn how to add (forces), we are not going to move forward". Part 3 here.  


In a survey that was live for only 24 hours on Telemundo's website, after the first part of the 3 part interview, the question "At 70 years old, after 32 years in prison, do you think Oscar López represents a risk to society?" to which an overwhelming majority of 83% replied NO shows the width and breadth of the success of the campaign.


Claridad (Spanish only):

Oscar López: listo para lo que venga
"Vivo orgulloso de ser puertorriqueño"
 "Well, I wake up at 4am. From 4 to 4:15 I am awake and stretching and conditioning my body to get up."

That is how Puerto Rican Political Prisoner Oscar López Rivera begins his day, in the federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana, as he told us in this exclusive interview with CLARIDAD.  Read the rest of the interview in Spanish here.

32 minutos por la libertad de Oscar López (Barcelona)
32 minutos por la libertad de Oscar Lopez (Barcelona)
32 minutos por la libertad de Oscar Lopez (Barcelona)
La indignación por la injusta y prolongada encarcelación del prisionero político puertorriqueño y artista, Oscar López Rivera, ha generado una serie de importantes manifestaciones durante las pasadas semanas.  

Al conmemorarse 32 años del encierro de nuestro compatriota, no sólo se generó indignación en el País, sino que alrededor del mundo, puertorriqueños y puertorriqueñas han expresado su apoyo a Oscar y un firme reclamo al gobierno de Estados Unidos exigiendo su liberación.


Haciendo eco de este justo reclamo, un grupo de jóvenes puertorriqueñas radicadas en Barcelona realizaron esta semana una creativa manifestación en una de las zonas más turísticas de la ciudad. Con carteles en mano que leían "USA free Oscar López", "Puertorriqueñas en Barcelona dicen 'prou' (basta)" y "Barack Omaba please hear us", las jóvenes Natalia Rodríguez Santiago, Maidelise Ríos Medina y Nadia L. Caraballo Silva se manifestaron en silencio y con las manos atadas por 32 minutos a la vista de decenas de turistas y de ciudadanos que se acercaban con curiosidad a leer los carteles. Más información aquí­.

Municipality of Aibonito Joins Growing Chorus of Resolutions for Oscar's Freedom

The Municipal legislature of Aibonito unanimously adopted a resolution which "expresses the support of this Municipal Legislature and that of the Hon. William Alicea Pérez, Mayor of Aibonito, to the petition for the unconditional pardon and immediate freedom for Oscar López Rivera".


The resolution was approved on May 28 and the Mayor signed it on May 29, 2013. It was presented by Aibonito residents Attorney Julio E. Torres, P. J. Sánchez Colón and Onelia Pérez, of the Human Rights Committee of Aibonito.

In one of it's , the Resolution states that: "The Puerto Rican Oscar López has been imprisoned for 31 years in ten United States of America, serving a sentence related to the the struggle for the independence of Puerto Rico. Other prisoners who served similar sentences have been freed, first by President Jimmy Carter and in 1999 by President William J. Clinton."

En el caso de Oscar López, el mismo gobierno de Estados Unidos reconoció, bajo la presidencia de Bill Clinton, que la sentencia que cumple Oscar es desproporcional a los cargos que se le imputan. En 1999 el Presidente Clinton le ofreció un indulto, pero Oscar lo rechazó porque habían compañeros suyos, prisioneros como él, que seguirían privados de su libertad. Continue reading here.
32XOscar - Silverio Pérez para Oscar desde la celda
On May 29, 2013 Silverio Pérez went to "prison" for Oscar in Caguas (one of 5 towns in Puerto Rico that constructed mock cells that day), and from that cell, he composed songs and sang for Oscar.
32XOscar - Silverio Perez para Oscar desde la celda
32XOscar - Silverio Perez desde la celda


by Ana M. López

The Free Oscar Campaign has gained momentum in Puerto Rico after more that 5 cities went to prison for Oscar under name "32XOscar". We felt the momentum in New York. Thus, the major float in dedication to Oscar was used in the National Puerto Rican parade of June 9, 2013 with over a million of spectators.  Many voices have joined our clamour to Free Oscar.


We want to congratulate all that participated in the parade in particular the contingent to Free Oscar. Some of the Coordinator members did an excellent job at getting petitions signed by the public. We are thankfull to the 1199 Union and UGT (Union) from Puerto Rico for their efforts to promote the Freedom of Oscar Lopez Rivera. The float, sponsored by 1199 Union, was beautiful; the bomba and plena dancers and musicians were also great. It was a nice sunny day that helped in the marching a lot easier. All our efforts cannnot be greater than the 32 years that Oscar has done for us in US prisons.


At the breakfast program of the National parade before the parade, declarations in favor of Oscar Lopez Rivera freedom were made by several elected officials.

  An added feature to this wonderful weekend was the company of our former political prisoners Ricardo Jimenez and Luis Rosa. They were extremely happy to participate since this was their first time in the National Puerto Rican parade in New York. On Saturday, June 8, they participated in the festival at 116 street collecting signature for letters to Obama. We collected hundreds of signatures. They witness the overwhelming support of our people for Oscar. Later on saturday, Ricardo and Luis participated in panels at the Left Forum at Pace University and also were interviewed at a local radio station.


From the parade, many pictures were taken illustrating Ricardo and Luis in the prison cell of the float with Councilwoman Melissa mark Viverito, joined later by Congressman Jose Serrano and Assemblyman Jose Rivera, banners of the NY Coordinator and its members and fans held by member "Libertad para Oscar"and Julio dressed in a orange prison suit with his manshitf cell "Yo soy Oscar" dramatized the prison experience. (You can find all pictures in facebook).


All activities were organized or had the participation of the NY Coordinator to Free Oscar Lopez Rivera. The weekend of events were very successful like the book tour of Oscar "Between Torture and Resistance".


Oscar has giving us the strength to fight for his his freedom. His freedom is our freedom!


Petitioners Highlight Referendum Rejecting

Commonwealth's Current Political Status, Urge Release of Political Prisoners


Meeting to consider the question of Puerto Rico, the Special Committee on Decolonization called again upon the United States today to expedite a process that would allow Puerto Ricans to fully exercise their inalienable right to self-determination and independence.


Download the presentation to the Committee by Clarisa López, Oscar's daughter, here, and Jan Susler, Attorney for Oscar, on behalf of the National Lawyers Guild, here. You can also download the presentation by Elda Santiago, wife of Norberto Gonzalez Claudio here, and Eduardo Villanueva, co-chair of the Human Rights Committee in Puerto Rico, here.


By a draft resolution approved by consensus, the Special Committee would have the General Assembly urge the United States to complete the return of all occupied land and installations on Vieques Island and in Ceiba to Puerto Ricans, and to release Oscar López Rivera and Norberto Gonzalez Claudio, two political prisoners serving sentences in United States prisons for cases relating to the struggle for Puerto Rican independence.  The text also expressed serious concern about the actions carried out against Puerto Rican independence fighters and encouraged investigation of those actions. Continue.

Boricuas demonstrate Support for Oscar López in front of US Embassy in London

Eight Puerto Rican residents of the United Kingdom carried out a demonstration yesterday in front of the US Embassy in London in support of freedom for Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar López Rivera.


"The idea is that more people get inspired to do it in more parts of the world", said the Puerto Rican Doctor Mónica Vega Hernández, of the University of Cambridge. More.

Walk for Oscar -From Loiza to San Sebastián, PR

Madrid por la excarcelación del prisionero político Oscar López Rivera
Madrid por la excarcelación del prisionero político Oscar López Rivera
Madrid por la excarcelación del prisionero político Oscar López Rivera

From Spain we express our support to Oscar López Rivera and his release from prison. We demand internationally his immediate release. Oscar has been incarcerated for the last 32 years, being the longest held political prisoner.
Events around U.S. mark 32nd anniversary of Oscar Lopez Rivera

ORLANDO, Fla. - Supporters of Puerto Rican independentist Oscar Lopez Rivera marked the 32nd anniversary of his imprisonment on May 28 with events in Orlando, Chicago, New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, Washington, D.C., and other places.


They added their voices to the swelling chorus saying ¡Basta ya! (Enough is enough!) and demanding Libertad para Oscar (Freedom for Oscar), through a pardon from President Barack Obama, for Lopez, 70 - the longest-held political prisoner in the history of Puerto Rico. Read the rest of the article here.

New Oscar Mural-Avenida Ruberté, Ponce, PR

Mural en Ponce, en la pared del Tiara, al lado del Coliseo. Todavía le están acabando detalles.

Young Lords History DVD
Young Lords History DVD

New in house documentary on Lincoln Park, Chicago, displacement of Latinos and the Yong Lords. Please also see over 110 oral histories archived at Grand Valley State University online at   www.gvsu.edu/younglords