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PUERTO RICANS IN CENTRAL FLORIDA
FROM THE 1940s TO 1980s: A HISTORY

ADVISORY BOARD

René Antrop-González School of Education, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Diana Ariza Ethnic Studies, Albion College
Rosalind Beiler Chair, Department of History, University of Central Florida
Cynthia Cardona Meléndez Curator of Collections, Orange County Regional History Center
Lilly Carrasquillo Artist and educator
Annabelle Conroy Department of Political Science, University of Central Florida
Anthony de Jesús Hunter College School of Social Work, CUNY, former Director (Interim) of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies, Hunter College, CUNY
Solsirée Del Moral Department of History, Pennsylvania State University
Jorge Duany Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras
Ismael García Colón Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social work, College of Staten Island, former Research Associate at Center for Puerto Rican Studies, Hunter College, CUNY
Luis Martínez Fernández Department of History, University of Central Florida
José Maunez Cuadra Director, UCF Program in Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies
Amy Mercado Torres and Mercado Enterprises, LLC
Estelli Ramos Social Work, University of Central Florida
Evelyn Rivera Chair, District Parent Leadership Council, Orange County Public Schools
Fernando Rivera Department of Sociology, University of Central Florida
Marytza Sanz President, Latino Leadership
Luis E. Suárez Asociación Borinqueña de Florida Central, Inc.
Eric Torres University of Central Florida and Boricuas Unidos
José Torres Founder and director, Boricuas Unidos
Zulma Vélez Estrada President, Business Entities Advisors, Inc., LLC
William Vélez Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
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