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A Puerto Rican Revolution led by the LGBTQIA+ community: #RickyRenuncio

On July 25th after less than 2 weeks of protests and millions on the streets, the current Governor of Puerto Rico announced his resignation.“I see the future of Puerto Rico and it has no Puerto Ricans” - from the chats that have fired up the entire Puerto Rican nation and led to more than a… Continue reading A Puerto Rican Revolution led by the LGBTQIA+ community: #RickyRenuncio

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#RickyRenuncia: Peering into the mind of Corruption

One hundred thousand people flooded the streets of Viejo San Juan Puerto Rico on July 17th. They came out to protest the current Governor for not resigning from his position, all screaming “Ricky Renuncia” into the morning hours... In this episode we will hear  from various people on and off the island about why this… Continue reading #RickyRenuncia: Peering into the mind of Corruption

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Pageants, Political Corruption and all the fuckery of American Politics

Last week Americans celebrated the Independence of the colonies who fought against an oppressive British Empire, and Puerto Ricans are deeply aware of the irony. Many of us don’t celebrate the 4th of July, because it represents everything historically we have fought for but have been criminalized for: a call for Liberty and representation.  I… Continue reading Pageants, Political Corruption and all the fuckery of American Politics

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Deadly toxic ash: The #AES Corporation in #PuertoRico and the inaction of the EPA/Government

What do you do when ten or twelve people on your street alone develop cancer, or when your kids are playing in the backyard but you don't know if the ash that's covered everything will give them cancer or respiratory disease. What do you do when the water you drink could contain heavy metals that… Continue reading Deadly toxic ash: The #AES Corporation in #PuertoRico and the inaction of the EPA/Government

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A Symbol of Hope: Interview with Edgardo Miranda Rodriguez, creator of Superhero La Borinquena

Before you do anything else today, go to this website and get yourself these amazing comic books: https://www.la-borinquena.com/ As a female person of color, I rarely saw myself represented in the content I consumed growing up, and I definitely do not remember ever seeing a Superhero that ever looked like ME. This is why La… Continue reading A Symbol of Hope: Interview with Edgardo Miranda Rodriguez, creator of Superhero La Borinquena