Teaching about Puerto Rico

Caribbean Connections: Puerto Rico introduces students to the history, geography, identity, government, economy, environment, and culture of Puerto Rico through essays, poetry, and fiction.

The second edition of our book Caribbean Connections: Puerto Rico has been out of print since 2006. In light of the current crisis on the island after Hurricane Maria and thanks to the support of generous donors, we have placed the book online for free download by classroom teachers.

We welcome donations so that we can produce an updated edition of Caribbean Connections: Puerto Rico. In addition to support for the book, we encourage direct support for people in Puerto Rico. This article in The Nation provides recommendations:  “Puerto Rico Still Needs Our Help. Here’s What You Can Do“.

Thank You

Many thanks to the people and organizations below for their support of Caribbean Connections: Puerto Rico.

Elizabeth Aaronsohn
Freddie Biddle
Marcy Fink and Ernesto Campos
Kenneth Danford
Maria DeFelice
Nancy Donnelly
Julie Olsen Edwards
Deborah Elkin
Carrie Ellis
Marco Esparza
Haniya Habib
Anne Hilb
Susan Katz
Deb McCormick
Maureen Mines
David Morris
Sonia and Angel Nieto
Gabriela Overdorff-Ferriol
Robert Peterson
Nonieqa Ramos-Richards
Rights and Opportunities Foundation
Patrícia Seidler
Jo Sullivan
Troy Foundation
Lynora Williams
Anonymous

 

Posted Tuesday, October 24, 2017 |

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