A. Most companies are clear about what they want, which is they want to be secure. They may be conflicted about how much they’re willing to spend for it, or how much convenience they are willing to give up to their employees for better security. The collection, to be housed at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library, marks the beginning of an initiative with Columbia’s Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race to collect papers and records of Latino artists and activists in New York. “New York has a very rich Latino cultural and political history,” says Frances Negrn Muntaner, the center’s director and a professor of English and comparative literature. “Jack Ageros was a pivotal figure of New York’s Puerto Rican cultural renaissance, a major movement in the city in the late 1960s and into the 1970s,” she said.
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On the way: Two kinds of Panic Two very different bands announce KC shows this spring and summer. Panic! At the Disco is coming to the Beaumont Club on June 12, a Sunday. The band’s new album, “Vices Virtues,” comes out Tuesday. In the 1960s, he worked with a variety of community groups in New York including the Community Development Agency, where as deputy commissioner he was the highest ranking Puerto Rican in the city’s administration and in 1968 staged a five day hunger strike to protest the lack of Puerto Ricans in city government. In 1970, he became director of Mobilization For Youth, an organization that provided job training and placement, social services and educational programs and whose papers were already a part of RBML’s collection. As director of El Museo, he moved the museum from a Third Avenue storefront to its present location on Fifth Avenue and expanded its collection..
“Right now I’m trying to deal with the Special Olympics and I haven’t had a chance to talk to him yet,” he said. “I just know that once things go down like that, I didn’t want too many people calling when I got suspended (for Adderall use in 2012). I’ll try to hit him up when I get back to Miami and try to figure out what’s going on.”.
Washburne, who grew up on a farm in Ohio and started playing trombone in a school band, didn’t plan to become a Latin jazz musician. But when he was a graduate student at the New England Conservatory in Boston, practicing late one night, a stagehand who moonlighted as a trombone player knocked on his practice room door. “He couldn’t make it to a gig that night, he was double booked,” Washburne recalls, and needed someone to fill in with a salsa band.