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For the Crime of being Colonized: Warehouses of supplies hidden from disaster victims in Puerto Rico

Wanda Vasquez is the current governor of Puerto Rico, but when she was the Secretary of Justice she asked another official not to send her any evidence from leaked chats that potentially could incriminate people from her own party (PNP). She is only governor today because the people of Puerto Rico protested for over a… Continue reading For the Crime of being Colonized: Warehouses of supplies hidden from disaster victims in Puerto Rico

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When the Earth Shook In Puerto Rico: Interview with La Brigada Solidaria Del Oeste

Puerto Rico January 17, 2020: Over 700 homes damaged due to multiple earthquakes that have hit the southern part of the island, and victims of the disaster are sleeping outside, some with children, others with their elderly parents. We know of 1 death, and another indirect death due to a hospital not fixed after Hurricane… Continue reading When the Earth Shook In Puerto Rico: Interview with La Brigada Solidaria Del Oeste

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Overthrow of Colonial Institutions: An interview with Jonathan Soto

Maybe this week’s title should have been: “Overthrow of the Empire” because I love Star Wars. Today I share an interview I had this summer with Jonathan Soto on Institutions and Working class movements and speaking on an overthrow of the Colonial Consultancy class in Puerto Rico. This interview happened shortly after Pierluisi attempted to… Continue reading Overthrow of Colonial Institutions: An interview with Jonathan Soto

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Know who you are: Writer/Actress Nasim shares her shortfilm and story on identity

When you grow up a minority in the US, especially Puerto Rican, you grow up assimilating. In every sense, you live in a bubble - the American dream, American history, American politics, American flag and very rarely do you see yourself in the images and the stories being told around you and in film or… Continue reading Know who you are: Writer/Actress Nasim shares her shortfilm and story on identity

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Women empowering women: Toxic relationships and healing spaces

This week I start the podcast subconsciously in a whisper... because this topic of toxic relationships is something people feel uncomfortable facing. I am glad I came across Beatriz Bonnin, because she opened up a conversation I've been wanting to share. We can have toxic relationships with our families, our partners, our friends and it's… Continue reading Women empowering women: Toxic relationships and healing spaces