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While the Buffalo Latino Village is dedicated to the Puerto Rican/Latino population, it is published with the mindset and task of educating and informing our city and state on issues and concerns of our local Buffalo Puerto Rican/Latino community — issues and concerns that reflect the reality of Latinos in the United States.
It is a monthly publication, also published as a full-color hard copy, mainly distributed in Buffalo’s Puerto Rican/Latino community, and circulated in social media; also available via paid subscription and email.
The Buffalo Latino Village has a format of over five columnists covering subjects of their choice — as per the vision, purpose, and focus of the publication, which is to inform, educate, and provoke the Latino mind to think.
The publication is printed on the lower west side of Buffalo, the most diverse ethnic community in Buffalo, but with the largest population of Puerto Ricans/Latinos. The Buffalo Latino Village was first published in November 2017, becoming of the most visible Latino voice speaking on behalf of the local Puerto Rican/Latino community in Buffalo, NY, presently reaching many corners of New York Sate, especially New York City which has responded with a great interest in the publication.
Distribution/Circulation: The hard copy of the Latino Village reaches the potential hands of over 30,000 plus readers. The publication (now in full-color since July 2018) is directly distributed in the lower and upper West Side of Buffalo, which includes Niagara Street, Grant Street, and the Elmwood Strip. The publication is carried by local area retail businesses and community organizations.
Specific Route: Elmwood (Summer to Allen); Allen Street (Main to Wadsworth); Niagara Street (Porter to City Hall), and the Main Street Theater District (from Allen to Chippewa).