“I Have Lived” by Susanne Ramírez de Arellano.
One of the founders of the New York Women’s Foundation, Alice Cardona, was a formidable woman. One of the most important activists of the Puerto Rican community, she dedicated her life to the service of others. For more than a decade, she was the Deputy Director of the Women’s Division of New York and a fierce campaigner against domestic violence and the impact of Aids in the Hispanic community. An advocate of bilingualism, Cardona is recognized internationally and is considered one of the most notable of Hispanic women. Yet, above all this, Cardona felt she was simply a woman blessed.
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