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Founder of the Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre, Miriam is an icon in the Hispanic Community, and especially in the Bronx. In the mid-70s, I worked with Miriam and was the front man for her summer tours throughout the 5 boroughs and especially in the...

Well, to begin, there are NO psychologists on the Hall of Fame! I suppose William James would be an appropriate add, being that he is considered the first American Psychologist. However, I choose Abraham Maslow, as the founder of the Third Force in Psychology, the Humanist...

"Sí, se puede" (Spanish for "Yes, one can")

Civil rights leader Cesar Chavez help found the National Farm Workers Association, which later became the United Farm Workers union, UFW) in 1962. He grew up poor - his family owned a grocery store and a ranch, but lost it...

Originally nominated to the Hall of Fame of Great Americans, but not elected, Sacagawea was an Indian woman guide for the Lewis and Clark Expedition whose "courage and tact in dealing with unfriendly Indians" saved the expedition from disaster.
She was from the Shoshoni tribe, and...

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