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The Puerto Rican Diaspora to the United States: A Postcolonial Migration? (2009)Colonialism, Videos, War
In 1953, the General Assembly of the United Nations removed Puerto Rico from its list of "non-self-governing territories." However, the exact nature of the relationship between Puerto Rico and the United States has been intensely disputed since the creation of the Commonwealth.
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Herstory: 10 Puerto Rican Women Kept Out of History BooksHistory, Women
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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Cafecito con William D. Caballero: Big Stories with Small FiguresStories/Narratives, Videos
Filmmaker William D. Caballero and Dr. Jillian M. Báez discuss William’s 2017 short film Chilly & Milly, which explores the director’s own experiences with his chronically ill father and his mother’s role as his eternal caretaker.
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What Became of the Taíno?Colonialism, Indigeneity
Robert M. Poole October 2011 The Indians who greeted Columbus were long believed to have died out. But a journalist’s search for their descendants turned up surprising results If you have ever paddled a canoe, napped in a hammock,…
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The Culture History of a Puerto Rican Sugar Cane Plantation 1876-1949Sugar Cane
The present article is an attempt to combine the analysis of historical documents with the use of data from aged informants for purposes of historical reconstruction.