Perched on the grassy lawns of Chicago's Humboldt Park, the National Museum of Puerto Rican Art (NMPRAC), is a centerpiece of the city's Puerto Rican community, Paseo Boricua. Under the building's arresting red-tiled roof hangs an array of work by artists from the Puerto Rican diaspora.
Visit Chicago and you’ll likely find its Chinatown, Greektown and Little Italy on your list of must-see sites. But swing by the lower section of Division Street in Humboldt Park, and you’ll see two, larger-than-life Puerto Rican flags enveloping one of Chicago’s most vibrant Puerto Rican communities...
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