This edition: Season 1/Episode 3
First aired: October 17, 2017.
Carla Cortijo: The first Puerto Rican-born player to play for a WNBA team when she joined the Atlanta Dream late last year. The 29-year-old point guard looks back on her career and the long journey that led her to where she is today, from winning gold with the Puerto Rican national team at the 2011 Pan-Am Games to encouraging the next generation of women's basketball in Puerto Rico.
Hasta Manana: In 2015, Pedro Bermudez made a short film entitled "Hasta manana" which tells the story of a Puerto Rican grandfather attempting to raise his teenaged grandchild, a recent transplant from the island to the city of Hartford, CT. In doing so, the director involved members of the sizable Latino community living in the city, of which
the vast majority are Puerto Rican.
Wally Amaro: Wally Amaro credits the sport with keeping him off the streets and later, as a professional handball player, often representing Puerto Rico as a member of its national
team. Wally founded the Pennsylvania Handball Association.