Centro Voices is an online magazine covering the current affairs, history, arts and culture of Puerto Ricans in the United States. It is directed to and written by members of our nationwide communities, functioning as the vehicle connecting the multiple manifestations of Puerto Rican identity and culture.

All articles published in Centro Voices are strictly a copyright of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies. 

ISSN: 2379-3864.

Share your work in Centro Voices!

Centro Voices will be happy to review and publish your article, subject to editorial discretion. Centro Voices will seek and accept materials from anyone writing on topics that deal with the Puerto Rican experiences in the United States, as well as creative writing by Puerto Rican authors on the mainland that the editor deems appropriate and worthy of diffusion. The copyright for the submissions remains the author's, with a copyright permit for use to Centro Voices as an educational magazine of Centro granted by the authors. Click here to complete the copyright form.    

To submit your work or for more information, please contact us at centro.voices@hunter.cuny.edu.

Voices Staff

Néstor David Pastor  – Editor

Imani Nuñez – Graphic Designer

Ricardo Rodríguez – Web Developer

About Centro
The Center for Puerto Rican Studies (Centro) is the nation's leading university-based institution devoted to the interdisciplinary study of the Puerto Rican experience in the United States. Centro is dedicated to understanding, preserving and sharing the Puerto Rican experience in the United States. Centro invites Centro Voices contributors to make use of the extensive archival, bibliographic and research material preserved  in its Library and Archives.

Welcome to Centro Voices, by Edwin Meléndez, Centro's Director

Centro Voices (ISSN: 2379-3864).
The views expressed here are those of the author and not necessarily those of Centro Voices, the Center for Puerto Rican Studies or Hunter College, CUNY.