One Of The Fathers Of Black History Was Afro-Puerto Rican The story of Arturo Schomburg, who navigated between being Puerto Rican and black in the U.S. in the 19th century.
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One Of The Fathers Of Black History Was Afro-Puerto Rican

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One Of The Fathers Of Black History Was Afro-Puerto Rican

One Of The Fathers Of Black History Was Afro-Puerto Rican

One Of The Fathers Of Black History Was Afro-Puerto Rican

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The story of Arturo Schomburg, who navigated between being Puerto Rican and black in the U.S. in the 19th century.

Correction July 25, 2017

A previous headline on this page said Arturo Schomburg was the "father of black of history." In fact, there were others who played important roles in the collection of black history.