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EL BORICUA  
A monthly cultural publication for Puerto Ricans

- Established in 1995 -

EL BORICUA is a monthly, cultural, bilingual publication that is Puerto Rican owned and operated. EL BORICUA is NOT sponsored by any club or organization. Our goal is to present and promote our "treasure" which is our Cultural Identity - the Puerto Rican experience. We purpose to maintain our culture alive in our lives and in our hearts. Let's not forget who we are, where we come from, let's not forget el cantar del coquí, la flor del flamboyán, our terruño, our Isla del Encanto.

Our monthly publication is always different than our website and includes a wealth of information written by various columnists. We feature articles on our history, historical places, culture, traditions, typical recipes, music, musicians, Boricua heroes of today and yesterday, and promote a positive image of Puerto Ricans and the Island. We also offer a vehicle in which contemporary poets and artists can publish their work. At EL BORICUA we promote networking between Puerto Rican groups and promote cultural activities throughout the Nation.

EL BORICUA is available via email in FULL COLOR, interactive with working links - for only $15.00 per year for 12 issues. You can pay for your subscription via the internet using your credit card on a secure server or . . you can mail us a check or money order. Subscribe now!

EL BORICUA is distributed in all the states, Puerto Rico, Central and South America, Europe and the Orient. The largest percentage of subscribers and distribution (95%) is in the northeastern United States, the Bronx, New York area in particular. Monthly distribution is scheduled in the Bronx area public schools, administration, staff, school libraries, parents, public libraries, museums, and businesses. We also distribute to national Puerto Rican organizations, Puerto Ricans in the federal government, Hispanic employment programs, corporate America, college & university staff and their libraries, Puerto Rican members of Congress, and national subscribers.


There's more to Puerto Rican culture than what's posted on elboricua.com - subscribe to EL BORICUA, a cultural publication, and receive our monthly issues full of history, tradition, culture, current events, Who's Who, recipes, songs, poems, refranes, Boricua sports, books, music, and much - much more.

 

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