EPICA/NECA, Caribbean Connections-overview of regional history 1991 NEA Washington, D.C.
A historical secondary school source that contains history, poetry, and essays as well as other sources.
EPICA/NECA Caribbean Connections-Moving North 1998 NEA Washington, D.C.
Another secondary school source that focuses on the history of the Caribbean islands and includes information on english and french speaking islands as well.
Glasser, Ruth, Aqui Me Quedo, Puerto ricans in Connecticut1997 Connecticut Humanities Council.
An excellent resource that details the migration of Puerto Ricans to Connecticut with oral histories alongside historical information. The book is also written in both Spanish and English.
Castillo-Speed, LillianLatina-women’s voices from the borderlands 1995 Simon and Schuster New York.
A collection of short stories and essays that represents Latinas from various places. Also contains excerpts from books that might be to lengthy to read with this curriculum.
Orr, Bernadette Americas Study Guide 1993 Oxford University Press New York.
This study guide is part of the Americas telecourse and provides an overview and quiz of every aspect of the companion video.
Connecticut Educators Aqui Me Quedo Interdisciplinary Teacher’s Guides 1999 Mattatuck Museum.
A very useful and practical guide to incorporation Puerto Rican knowledge in the classroom. The curriculum was developed with teachers from Connecticut and Ruth Glasser, author of the book Aqui Me Quedo. I was fortunate to participate in a week long institute where the curriculum was enhanced by speakers, performances, open dialogue, and cultural exchanges.