Frieda Garcia Park

One of the first people I met when I moved to Boston was the great Frieda Garcia. She was a committed activist who worked hard to make a better place for Boston’s Latino community. A few months ago, they dedicated a park to her. Here are some of the pictures.  There are to a lot of Latino place markers in Boston, despite a long history here.  As far as I know there is this park, the Jorge Hernandez Center, the Rafeal Hernandez School, and most anomalous, a statue of the Argentine educator and President, Domingo Sarmiento (I’d love to find out how it came about that a statue of him was out on the commonwealth Mall).

Here are some pictures I took of the park.

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