THE STORY OF U.S. PUERTO RICANS - PART FOUR. Virginia Sanchez Korrol The Great Migration at Mid-Century Following the Second World War, the number of Puerto Ricans in the United States escalated from 69,967 individuals in the decade of the 1940s to 887,662 in the 1960s.
Over 4,200 individuals were estimated to have arrived in the United States each year in the period between 1946 and 1956, 85 percent of whom would settle in New York City. U.S.
CIDE Clásicos en demografía. Historical Repository for Health Science Information in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean: Home. El médico botánico criollo, Manual for the Medical Department / compiled under. Aldo Castellani. Aldo Castellani (8 September 1877 – 3 October 1971) was an Italian pathologist and bacteriologist.
Life and achievements Castellani was born in Florence and educated there, qualifying in medicine in 1899. He worked for a time in Bonn and joined the School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in London in 1901. As bacteriologist with the Royal Society Commission on Sleeping Sickness in 1902, he went to Entebbe, Uganda with George Carmichael Low and Cuthbert Christy. Manual of tropical medicine. Report of the Director : Columbia University. School of Tropical Medicine. Announcement : Columbia University. School of Tropical Medicine. Genographic Project DNA Results Reveal Details of Puerto Rican History. Let’s go back 520 years ago to the year 1494 on the island of Vieques, off the southeast coast of Puerto Rico’s mainland.
Tainos, the largest indigenous Caribbean population, were living a life based on the cultivation of root crops and fishing when upon the shores arrived Columbus and his fleet, having crossed the Atlantic Ocean for the second time in as many years. At that point in time everything changed. What’s written on paper has told us much about what happened next. What’s written in the DNA of today’s Puerto Ricans can tell us some more. National Geographic’s Genographic Project researches locations where different groups historically intermixed to create a modern day melting pot. Our Genographic team learned some key pieces of information that helped us gain more insight into the peopling of the Caribbean.
The average Puerto Rican individual carries 12% Native American, 65% West Eurasian (Mediterranean, Northern European and/or Middle Eastern) and 20% Sub-Saharan African DNA. Office of Medical History - The Army Medical Department 1865-1917. El diario de Edward Bliss Emerson en St. Croix y Puerto Rico: Salud, comercio y discursos hegemonicos y subalternos transnacionales, 1831 - 1834 : Conferencias Caribenas. El diario de Edward Bliss Emerson en St.
Biblioteca Virtual de Puerto Rico. Edward Emerson Bliss (1805-1834), un hermano menor de Ralph Waldo Emerson, vivió en el Caribe en los tres últimos años de su vida buscando mejorar su salud con el clima tropical.
Su diario y las cartas son una fuente rica para la historia de las Islas Vírgenes danesas (1831-1832) y Puerto Rico (1831-1834). Los textos también reflejan la situación política y cultural contemporánea en los Estados Unidos y la vez Edward buscaba su independencia económica, estimulación intelectual y “metaphysical fulfillment”, a pesar de la disparidad entre sus ambiciones y su condición de salud. Emerson, The Caribbean Journal and Letters, 1831 - 1834. Reproducing Empire: Race, Sex, Science, and U.S. Imperialism in Puerto Rico - Laura Briggs - Google Books.
35% of Puerto Rican Women Sterilized. 35% of Puerto Rican Women Sterilized (undated probably, late 1970's) (Editors Note: CWLU members were very active in in the movement to end sterilization abuse and formed alliances with Latina groups also working on the issue.)
A hitherto "secret" report from an economic policy group empowered by the Governor of Puerto Rico has recently surfaced in the United States. One can see immediately why the report, dated November, 1973, has been kept from the public: it talks openly and directly about alternatives available for reducing the ranks of the Puerto Rican working class. As the report, entitled "Opportunities for Employment, Education and Training" would have it, Puerto Rico's key problem is, and has always been, unemployment.
The Rockefeller Plan excerpted from the book Seeds of Destruction The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation by F. William Engdahl. The Rockefeller Plan excerpted from the book.
Instituto de Estudios del Caribe / Institute of Caribbean Studies. Note: English translation follows.
El Instituto de Estudios del Caribe de la Universidad de Puerto Rico-Río Piedras (UPR-RP) invita a la comunidad universitaria y al público en general a la presentación: “El diario de Edward Bliss Emerson en St. Croix y Puerto Rico: Salud, comercio y discursos hegemónicos y subalternos transnacionales, 1831-1834” por el Dr. José G. Rigau Pérez (UPR-Ciencias Médicas), Dra. Silvia E. Programa%20Foro%202008. Experimentos genocidas contra los boricuas: unos casos que no se puede olvidar, nunca. Cornelius P.
Rhoades en la portada de la revista TIME de junio 27 de 1949 Por José Manuel Torres Santiago. I. El caso del Dr. Cornelius p. Fundacion Rockefeller. La Fundación Rockefeller y la salud pública mundial El mítico nombre de John D.
Rockefeller conlleva no sólo una de las mayores fortunas de Norteamérica, sino también una de las mayores firmas filantrópicas de todos los tiempos. Rockefeller Foundation, a review for 1947 / : Fosdick, Raymond B. Education or Domination? The Rockefeller, Carnegie, and Ford Foundations Developing Knowledge for the Developing World. Education or Domination? The Rockefeller, Carnegie, and Ford Foundations Developing Knowledge for the Developing World By: Andrew Gavin Marshall. The Rockefeller Foundation’s Hand in Hobby Lobby. The Supreme Court’s reasoning and decision in Hobby Lobby should make the foundation reflect on the relative wisdom of its initiative to blend the nonprofit and for-profit sectors. Americans either have hailed the US Supreme Court’s decision on the Hobby Lobby case this summer as a victory for religious freedom, or criticized it as a regression in women’s health and reproductive rights.
The court ruled that the Department of Health and Human Services regulations imposing the contraceptive mandate on for-profit, “closely held” corporations violated the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993. The court reasoned that these for-profit corporations, like religious nonprofits, could exercise religion and refuse contraceptive coverage for their female employees in the process. Moving beyond this general public conversation, as Robert T. In an effort to help bring these two communities together, Rodin and Brandenburg provide these nonprofit and for-profit actors with a new, hybrid language. Rockefeller Philanthropy and Modern Social Science - David L. Seim. Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Anthropology, Human Heredity, and Eugenics. Josef Mengele in 1956. Photo taken by a police photographer in Buenos Aires for Mengele's Argentine identification document. The Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Anthropology, Human Heredity, and Eugenics was founded in 1927 in Berlin, Germany.
The Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Anthropology, Human Heredity and Eugenics ... - Hans-Walter Schmuhl. Summary of criticism directed against the Rockefeller Foundation. Digital Library People Interactive Map Tags Title.