Puerto Rico

Visiting Cultural Festivals to Teach Kids about Other Cultures

I don’t know about where you live but, in our area, it seems the end of summer and beginning of fall is the time for festivals! Cultural festivals can be a great way to introduce your kids to cultures from around the world. We recently visited our local festival in Kansas City, the Ethnic Enrichment […]

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Felisa Rincón de Gautier: Political Pioneer

Felisa Rincón de Gautier: Political Pioneer Hispanic women usually do not appear in history books. It is time to end that. Felisa Rincón de Gautier is one of the Hispanic female historical figures forgotten in the annals of history. Felisa was a Puerto Rican businesswoman, suffragette, social activist, politician, ambassador, and the first woman in

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10 fun facts about Puerto Rico | MulticulturalKidBlogs.com

10 Fun Facts About Puerto Rico

All righty! Who hasn’t heard the song Despacito by Puerto Rican artists Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee? I bet you have!  It’s been a worldwide mega hit that has put my little island on the map. With that being said, I’m pretty excited to share with you 10 fun facts about Puerto Rico. When you

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An Affair between Southern and Puerto Rican Food {Multicultural Meal Plan Mondays}

Before marrying my husband, and while we dated he would always tell me “A way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” I was like “Ha! I got this covered! I can cook, and boy can I cook delish!” Puerto Rican food is my specialty.   However, I was in for a big surprise.

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