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The Making Of A Puerto Rican Mobilizer (Part III of 'Lost And Found In Old San Juan')

Shortly before I began looking for work in Silicon Valley (in the late ‘90s), I got a tip from a doctor who was surprisingly encouraging, given the nature of the conversation. The talk went something like this. “You know, there’s a demand for folks like you in the Valley.” “You [...]
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