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There Are Many Reasons to Vote “No” on STATEHOOD for Puerto Rico

by Paul Lippert Figueroa  The United States’ political relationship began with Puerto Rico in 1898, when the United States Armed Forces invaded the island during the Spanish-American War. Our relationship was not one of mutual friendship but of colonial conquest. Under military rule, the United States turned control of agricultural...

Lanzan campaña por el “No” a la estadidad “PLEBISCITO” 3 de noviembre en puerto rico

A la iniciativa, de la organización Boricuas Unidos en la Diáspora, se han unido varias figuras de la política local que sostienen la consulta no representa una verdadera alternativa de descolonización para el país. Por Leysa Caro González La organización Boricuas Unidos en la Diáspora lanzó hoy, jueves, una campaña a...

Puerto Rican Diaspora Commemorates Grito de Lares

from New York to the Bay Area Bay Area virtual event centers Culture, history and call to action; features nelson Denis, José E. López and Colectivo ILÉ by BASPR The San Francisco Bay has celebrated Grito de Lares every year at least since the ’70s put on by different Puerto Rican groups....

PRCC Celebrates

by Roberto Sanabria On the anniversary of Puerto Rico’s auspicious “Grito de Lares”, an event that heralded the proclamation of the Puerto Rican nation, The Puerto Rican Cultural Center (PRCC) introduced its latest public health and wellness initiatives. These projects are the culmination of The PRCC’s mission to educate, empower,...



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