How did it begin? … ‘the island was cooked and served like a Thanksgiving turkey.
The principal buffoon of this farce was Luís Muñoz Marín, the “so-called governor” of Puerto Rico.’
As “public-private partnerships” and U.S. vulture funds prepare to devour Puerto Rico, it is useful to examine how the island was cooked and served like a Thanksgiving turkey. It started in 1898 and accelerated in 1952, with the “Estado Libre Asociado” farce.
The principal buffoon of this farce was Luís Muñoz Marín, the so-called “governor” of Puerto Rico. Please view this video and decide for yourself…
For a history of the War Against All Puerto Ricans, read the book…
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- Seen over and over again!
- They have no intelligent, fact based argument.
- What do they do?
- Go back in time …
- Bring up the past: Hillary or Obama. This is over and done. ✅
- Blame those before them.
- Own up to your reality!
- You are in charge now.
- Do your job!
We ALL are ONE!!
Puerto Rico: 100 years of American citizenship & the impending referendum … my country, my heart!! ❤️
Coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the granting of U.S. citizenship to Puerto Ricans and and the impending referendum on the territory’s political status, Tulane’s Newcomb Art Museum presents “Beyond the Canvas: Contemporary Art From Puerto Rico.”
The exhibition presents the work of five artists whose works allude to this critical moment in Puerto Rican history: Zilia Sánchez, Julio Suárez, Arnaldo Roche Rabell, Pedro Vélez and Elsa María Meléndez. Each of the artists challenges the notion of the canvas as a flat surface for painted images by pulling, rubbing, folding, slashing, ripping, sewing and warping the fabric.
“Beyond the Canvas” is accompanied by a student-curated show, “Culture, Community, and Civic Imagination in Greater San Juan.”
The smaller exhibition was envisioned, curated and designed by Tulane students enrolled in Women, Community and Art in Latin America: Puerto Rico. The…
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Concise summary of fighting American colonialism … Puerto Ricans were able to get the Navy out of Vieques! The USA government didn’t complete their part of the deal. Surprised? Not ..
Rest In Peace: David Sanes. #NeverForgotten … 🇵🇷
Ismael Guadalupe: Years after the U.S. Navy expropriated the best lands in the country, the most important nationalist leader in Puerto Rico, Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos slammed the increased destruction of the island of Vieques. He described it as the dismemberment of our nation. Nationalism was experiencing its…
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