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This essay is an amplified version of the presentation we made at the 7th Biennial Seneca Falls Dialogues. Our aim is to story back into the world our first experiences and motivations for investing in suffrage and democratic activism.
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Eugenics and unethical clinical trials are part of the pill’s legacy.
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Latinas in the U.S. come from a long line of influential, barrier-breaking, rebel Latin American women. Through Remezcla’s Herstory series, we introduce readers to the women warriors and pioneers whose legacies we carry on.
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Puertorriqueñas’ fight for suffrage shaped by class, colonialism and racism—but even today, island residents cannot vote for president
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MILAGROS DENIS AND RACHEL POOLEY In December 1898, at the close of the Spanish-American War, Spain surrendered control of Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Guam to the United States. Though Cuba achieved nominal independence in 1902, in 1917 Puerto…
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Eleanor Roosevelt, "Puerto Rican Labor Movement: Magazine," 1934, Children and Youth in History
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In 1990 I interviewed Puerto Rican women--feminist critics, sociologists, and writers--for a project on Caribbean women's discourse.
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Between the 1930s and the 1970s, approximately one-third of the female population of Puerto Rico was sterilized, making it highest rate of sterilization in the world.
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The dominant narrative of U.S. deindustrialization opens with the Northeast as the definitive starting point for industry followed by a direct linear relocation to the South and then the Global South. I
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by Ellen Fernandez-Sacco, Independent Scholar, Tampa, FL 33618, USA Download PDF Link to source Abstract The only slave narrative from Puerto Rico is included in Luis Diaz Soler’s Historia de la esclavitud negra en…