- Puerto Rico's Political Status?
- Latinos Have Census Questions Around Race
- "We're suffering" - My Mom's Scream For Help in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
- The 2010 Census: A Push for a Full Latino Count
- Arizona Anti-Immigrant Bill Legalizes Racial Profiling
- Bronx Borough President Carrión Joins Obama Administration
- NYC’s Democratic Primary Election – Tuesday, Sept. 15th
Category Archives: politics
This April 21st marks the 55th anniversary of the death of Pedro Albizu Campos, the most prominent historic figure in the Puerto Rico independence movement. I learned inspiring and infuriating facts about the life of Albizu Campos and the National … Continue reading
Commonwealth Failed: It’s Time for Puerto Ricans to Make the Ultimate Political Decision in the Aftermath of Hurricane Maria
Less than two weeks before this year’s National Puerto Rican Day Parade celebration, a new Harvard University study estimates 4,645 Puerto Ricans died from the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria. As Boricuas prepare to celebrate our culture and mourn the … Continue reading
This morning I finally spoke with my mom, Lydia, in the Boqueron section of Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. The last time I heard my mom’s voice was before Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico. Almost two weeks after the hurricane, food … Continue reading
If You Hate Hillary or You’re Terrified of Trump, There are Other Options for President. Just Vote on Nov. 8!
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump may be the least liked presidential candidates in United States history. Each is so disliked to the point that millions of Americans are considering skipping the 2016 U.S. presidential election, which is scheduled for November … Continue reading
I am desperately starved to find, read and hear where the media reports – what is so painfully obvious through the rank and file electorate – that the phenomenon of Donald Trump’s and Bernie Sanders’ success is not only due … Continue reading