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March is women's history month and march 8 is international women's day la respuesta magazine proudly celebrates and honors the immense contributions of boricua women in both puerto rico and the diaspora. Puerto ricans, who are us citizens, are attracting unprecedented attention because they could change the political calculus in the important swing state. A new poll suggests many americans don't realize that what happened in puerto rico is a domestic disaster, not a foreign one. Over 200,000 puerto ricans have flown to florida in the last 10 weeks since hurricane maria devastated the island.
Puerto rico's pre-eminent amateur league has played every season since 1940 after the hurricanes last year, it vowed this one would not be different despite hardships. Infant health among puerto ricans --- puerto rico and us mainland, 1989--2000 although the overall us infant mortality rate (imr) declined dramatically during the 1900s, striking racial/ethnic disparities in infant mortality remain (1,2)infant health disparities associated with maternal place of birth also exist within some racial/ethnic.
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