Pomona - Los Angeles based organization, Puerto Ricans in Action, partners with the Latino Art Museum to host the first annual Puerto Rico Day on Saturday, September 22nd, from 3 - 6 pm at the Latino Art Museum. The event will feature free art and salsas classes, a short lecture by UCLA doctoral student, Fred Hernandez, and light refreshments. Puerto Ricans in Action will also provide an update on their relief work as part of the Clean Water Project for Puerto Rico team. The day’s theme, Our Culture: Our Mission, speaks to the strength and core of our community. 100% of collected donations will go towards the Clean Water Project for Puerto Rico.
Puerto Ricans in Action and the Latino Art Museum welcome our friends to come, talk and learn about Puerto Rico. The Latino Art Museum is a non-profit organization created to promote the works of talented Latin American and International contemporary artists, including literature, and performing arts, of the benefits of hands-on art classes for children, as well as adults. To also achieve national and international recognition for the contribution of Latino art to the intellectual, cultural, economic, and social life of the State of California and the United States Nation.