Nuestra comunidad Join Women of El Barrio/Mujeres de El Barrio at our 8th Annual Women's History Month Celebration as we honor Puerto Rican women that are positive role models in the East Harlem community. Women of El Barrio (WOEB) promotes the leadership of Puerto Rican women regardless of age, sexual orientation, religious preferences, political affiliations or socio-economic status. Through our annual Women’s History Month celebration we have the opportunity to recognize women who have contributed to enhancing the quality of life in El Barrio/East Harlem according to the criteria stated below: -Must be a woman of Puerto Rican descent -Must be a resident of El Barrio/East Harlem -Must be active in cultural, social, political efforts that enhance the quality of life in El Barrio, demonstrating leadership, mentorship and/or creativity that is NOT related to employment. -If nominating a young woman (16-24 yrs old), the candidate should be aspiring, mature, active, creat
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Reading corner My most recent column at Examiner is an interview with writer Mayra Calvani, a boricua who lives in Belgium. She writes about many different topics and is currently promoting her children's book "Humberto, the Bookworm Hamster." To read my interview, go to Mayra Calvani says ‘Writing for Children is like Walking on a Rainbow’ - http://www.examiner.com/x-11970-NY-Latino-Community-Examiner~y2010m2d7-Mayra-Calvani-says-Writing-for-Children-is-like-Walking-on-a-Rainbow Her collection of books have now been added to the PRSUN aStore.