The contemporary political history of Boriken (Puerto Rico)
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- Puerto Rican Woman Prisoners of War
- From Arm the Spirit. 9 March 1995. Imprisoned in
US for their Puerto Rican independence struggle.
- Ronald Fernandez, Prisoners of
- A book announcement, April 1995. 18 political
- Puerto Ricans oppose radar at Lajas
- By Maritere Arce, el diario/La Prensa, New
York City, 10 October 1995. El Valle de Lajas, a peaceful
agricultural area in Puerto Rico, is the scene of a battle
between Puerto Ricans and the U.S. Marines over the
installation of radar to detect drug contraband.
- ProLIBERTAD campaign for the freedom of
Puerto Rican political prisoners and prisoners of war
- Arm the Spririt, 30 October 1995. Includes
- Puerto Rico struggle beats back Pentagon
- By Carlos Rovira, Workers World, 28 March 1996.
Memory of the Ponce Massacre, 21 March, 1937, inspires
opposition to US colonialism and military presence on
- Puerto Rican Independistas look to '98 protests
- By Carlos Rovira, Workers World, 6 June 1996. New York
Puerto Ricans plan to protest centenial celebration of US invasion
of Puerto Rico.
- International meeting of solidarity with the Puerto
Rican political prisoners
- The Organization of Solidarity of the Peoples of Africa, Asia and
Latin America (OSPAAAL) meeting announcement, from Mov. Cubano por
la Paz. 3 July 1996.
- U.S. Customs stamps P.R. passport
- From Workers World, 25 July 1996. Juan Mari Bras is able to
force US government to recognize his Puerto Rican citizenship.
- UN Hears Debate On Puerto Rico Struggle
- By Maurice Williams, The Militant, 19 August 1996. Debates
over Puerto Rico's colonial status.
- Puerto Ricans Remember Grito De Lares
- By Carlos Rovira, in Workers World, 26 September 1996. National
holiday that commemorates the beginning of the Puerto Rican revolutionary
tradition on 23 September 1868.
- Admiral Cristoforo Colombo arrives in Boriken
- By Francisco J. Gonzalez, 19 November, 1996. Why Christopher Colombus'
visit on this day should be remembered, but not celebrated.
- Demand grows to release Puerto Rican prisoners
- By Daniel Vila, in Peoples Weekly World, 25 January 1997.