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https://plus.google.com/107779265515884798603 Talkingdrum Nigeria : In a recent poll, 41% of respondents said they didn't believe Puerto Ricans were US citizens, and 15...
In a recent poll, 41% of respondents said they didn't believe Puerto Ricans were US citizens, and 15% weren't sure. Today, being born in Puerto Rico is tantamount to being born in the United States, but it wasn’t always that way. A lot of ambiguity still…
Are Puerto Ricans Really American Citizens? - NaijaVoxPop
In a recent poll, 41% of respondents said they didn't believe Puerto Ricans were US citizens, and 15% weren't sure. Today, being born in Puerto Rico is tantamount to being born in the United States, but it wasn’t always that way. A lot of ambiguity still remains.
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https://plus.google.com/104624270771497874010 Zahara Hananel : This Is Why Afro Puerto Ricans & Dominicans Deny Being "black"!
This Is Why Afro Puerto Ricans & Dominicans Deny Being "black"!
Watch the video: This Is Why Afro Puerto Ricans & Dominicans Deny Being Black!
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I made a video called "Puerto Ricans & Dominicans are Black" and I had a bunch people say "not all puerto ricans are Black"... I thought it was obvious that ...
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https://plus.google.com/110980921439808710469 ali bey : Puerto Ricans & Dominicans Are BLACK!!!: http://youtu.be/b_zJ64wX-HA
Puerto Ricans & Dominicans Are BLACK!!!: http://youtu.be/b_zJ64wX-HA
Watch the video: Puerto Ricans & Dominicans Are BLACK!!!
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African Ancestry Matters A lot of African americans seem to think they are the only Black people on the planet. 95% of all of the enslaved Africans went to t...
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https://plus.google.com/105201393492882229412 Carlos Rodriguez-Lampon : Are Puerto Ricans Really American Citizens? | Observer
Are Puerto Ricans Really American Citizens? | Observer
Are Puerto Ricans Really American Citizens?
Today, being born in Puerto Rico is tantamount to being born in the United States. But it wasn’t always that way, and a lot of ambiguity still remains.
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https://plus.google.com/114021607598332237165 Darryl E. Owens : @beacon_college psychologist Dr @aj_marsden talks Peyton Grinnell & water conservation: @orlandosentinel...
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As Puerto Ricans flock to Orlando, business follows to provide taste of home
Will Empresas Fonalledas, owner of Plaza Las Américas, the largest shopping mall in the Caribbean and one of the top retail and entertainment venues in the world, relocate to Osceola County?
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https://plus.google.com/113693759207225060778 Tim Evanson : April 21, 1898 - The Spanish-American War begins. The ten-week conflict is essentially an American attempt...
April 21, 1898 - The Spanish-American War begins. The ten-week conflict is essentially an American attempt to win independence for Cuba (to put an end to the civil war there, so that American commercial interests on the island will be protected). In the process, the United States seizes Puerto Rico, the Philippines, Hawaii, Wake Island, and Guam.

For almost 400 years, Spain had ruled Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines. Spanish investment in its overseas colonies was minimal, and over time the Spanish economy came to rely very heavily on the gold, raw materials, and cash crops that the colonies produced.

Puerto Ricans were a little restive, but opposition to Spanish rule was minimal. That wasn't the case in Cuba or the Philippines.

In Cuba, trade with the United States had exploded after 1875, and withered with Spain. This wealth was not trickling down in the Cuban economy. Native Cubans were treated like serfs, and lived like slaves. Malnutrition, disease, and appallingly poor housing were the norm. Moreover, Spain had established the "peninsular" caste system in Cuba. Those Spaniards born in Spain ruled in Cuba. Those full-blood Spaniards born in Cuba were considered second-class citizens, even though they were far and away more numerous.

On April 10, 1892, Cuban patriot José Martí co-founded El Partido Revolucionario Cubano (the Cuban Revolutionary Party) to win independence for Cuba. The effort went nowhere. In 1894, however, the United States enacted the Wilson–Gorman Tariff Act, which imposed much higher tariffs on sugar. This devastated Cuba's economy, leading to extreme unrest by the Cuban people – who blame Spain for igniting a trade war with America.

On February 24, 1895, - In the small town of Baire near the city of Santiago de Cuba, Martí issues the "Grito de Baire" (Cry of Baire), igniting the Cuban War of Independence. Within 18 months, the insurrectionists have 50,000 men under arms and uprisings have spread across the island.

By February 1896, Spain had lost the entire eastern half of Cuba to the revolutionaries and an insurrection had broken out in the western half. Spain sends a new Governor to Cuba, General Valeriano Weyler, 1st Duke of Rubí. Weyler brings with him more than 200,000 Spanish Army troops, and organizes 50,000 peninsulars and Cubans into a pro-Spanish militia. Weyler begins a policy of recontratación ("reconcentration"), in which the people in rebel-held areas are rounded up and placed in concentration camps. About 400,000 people are placed in concentration camps with little provision made for food, housing, clothing, sanitation, and medical care, and the local economy collapses in areas where the camps are created. Tens of thousands of Cubans starve to death or die from disease.

Recontratación horrifies the American public, which demands that the United States government help the Cuban people. Congress sends more than $1.4 million (in 2017 dollars) in emergency food aid to Cuba, and the United States issues an official protest to the government of Spain regarding the brutality of General Weyler. When Spain doesn't respond, Congress doubles the tariff on Cuban sugar – and the Cuban economy plunges into depression. On October 6, the prime minister of Spain is assassinated. The new government, led by Práxedes Mateo Sagasta, recalls Weyler and replaces him with General Ramón Blanco y Erenas. Spain offers home rule to the Cubans, and closes the concentration camps. But confident of victory, the Cuban rebels reject home rule and demand full independence.

In January 1898, Spanish Army officers secretly recruit several thousand hooligans and have this mob riot "in favor of Spain" in Havana. Extensive property damage occurs, much of it to American businesses. In response, the U.S. Navy sent the battleship USS Maine to Havana on January 25. The ship is ostensibly on a good-will visit, but its real purpose is to make a show of strength to ensure American property and lives are not threatened should additional rioting occur.

On February 9, the "New York Journal" newspaper publishes a letter from Enrique Dupuy de Lôme, the Spanish ambassador to the United States. Written to friend in Cuba, de Lôme characterizes U.S. President William McKinley as "weak" and a "would-be politician". The letter is typical of Spain's sneering, snobbish attitude toward American diplomacy. The American public is outraged. The same day, Spanish Governor-General of Puerto Rico Manuel Macías y Casado gives all provincial and local governments in Puerto Rico autonomy. The goal is to forestall a Puerto Rican rebellion.

On February 15, 1898, the USS Maine explodes while at anchor in Havana Harbor. About 274 of the ship's roughly 354 crew die. A naval court of inquiry led by Captain William T. Sampson is inconclusive, but the American press and most members of Congress conclude that the Maine struck a naval mine laid by the Spanish. (Subsequent investigations over the next century suggest the explosion was caused by the ignition of coal dust in the fuel bunker or a fire in the coal bunker, although some have also concluded the cause was a mine.)

On March 9, after learning that Spain was attempting to buy newly-completed Brazilian warships under construction in the United Kingdom, President McKinley asks Congress for $1.5 billion for national defense. Congress approves the request in a single day. The U.S. Navy purchases the Brazilian ships instead.

On March 29, President McKinley issues an ultimatum to Spain demanding Cuban independence.

On April 3, an insurrection against Spanish rule breaks out on the island of Cebu in the Philippines.

On April 4, Spain responds to the American demand by proposing a new plan for Cuban autonomy. Spain refuses an armistice with the Cuban rebels, and the United States rejects the proposal. Spanish government authorities are told that the Spanish Navy is in extreme disrepair and ill-trained, and that the Spanish Army in Cuba has little in the way of ammunition and artillery. Realizing how unprepared Spain is for war, on April 9, Spain agrees to an armistice. President McKinley administration says the concession comes too late. The same day, Spain appoints Army General Basilio Augustín Governor-General of the Philippines. He creates a consultative assembly to try to undermine the rebellion against Spain, but most Filipinos reject it as illegitimate. Emilio Aguinaldo, leader of the Filipino rebellions, establishes military organizations in each area under Filipino rebel control.

On April 11, President McKinley submits his war message to Congress. Eight days later, Congress enacts a joint resolution demanding independence for Cuba, and giving President McKinley the authorization to declare war if Spain does not yield. The resolution includes the Teller Amendment, which denies the U.S. the right to annex Cuba and makes it official American policy to promote Cuban democracy and independence. McKinley signs the congressional joint resolution into law on April 20.

On April 21, Spain severs diplomatic relations with the United States. The same day, the U.S. Navy begins its blockade of Cuba. As a blockade is an act of war, history will record that the United States was the aggressor in the Spanish-American War.

On April 23, denouncing the blockade as an act of war under international law, Spain declares war on the United States. The U.S. Congress retroactively declares war on Spain on April 25, backdating the war to April 21.

The war would be a short one. Spain had almost no ability to defend itself. The Spanish Asiatic Fleet at Manila was destroyed on May 1. San Juan (which was undefended) was bombarded by the U.S. Navy on May 12, leading to extensive civilian deaths. (It's a clear war crime.) The United States lands troops in Cuba on June 10, and captures Guam without a fight on June 21. American ineptness and shoddy military technology almost leads to defeat at the Battle of Las Guasimas on June 24, but outnumbered Spanish troops are eventually forced to flee. The United States invades the Philippines on June 30. The Battle of the Aguadores (San Juan Hill) occurs on July 1. The Spanish Atlantic Fleet is destroyed by the U.S. Navy during the Battle of Santiago de Cuba on July 3. Wake Island is seized without a fight on July 4. Congress annexes Hawaii on July 7.

The war in Cuba ends on July 17, after the Spanish surrender Santiago de Cuba. The United States begins the invasion of Puerto Rico on July 25. Skirmishes are all that are offered in resistance, and the island surrenders on August 12. U.S. ground troops capture Manila and Spain surrenders the Philippines on August 13.

The war was over. Spain and the United States signed an armistice on August 12. Negotiations on a peace treaty begin in Paris on October 1. At first, President McKinley instructs the American delegation to only seek possession of Guam, Puerto Rico, and the island of Luzon (not the entire Philippines). But on October 24, President McKinley has a dream in which he claims God told him that the United States should seize the entire Philippines. On December 10, the Treaty of Paris is signed. Spain cedes Guam and Puerto Rico to the United States, and turns administration of Cuba over to the United States. The United States agrees to pay Spain $575.8 billion for the Philippines.

On February 4, 1899, the Philippine–American War breaks out when U.S. soldiers fire on four Filipino soldiers in Manila. This ignites the Battle of Manila, and is the first military engagement of the second Philippine war for independence. Over the next three years, the U.S. would send 126,000 troops to the Philippines to battle 100,000 Filipino regular and irregular troops. American casualties amounted to about 4,200 killed by disease and another 1,900 killed in combat. About 18,000 Filipino soldiers would be killed in combat, and more than 234,000 Filipino civilians would die in combat, from starvation, and from war-related disease (primarily cholera).

Adoption of the Treaty was Paris was a near thing. Anti-imperialist forces in the U.S. Senate were strong, and an amendment requiring the United States to give the Philippines its independence failed only after Vice President Garret Hobart cast the deciding vote against it. The Senate might have declined to ratify the treaty, but the outbreak of hostilities in Manila turned the tide of feeling in the treaty's favor. It passed by one vote!

In Spain, the Cortes was deeply divided over the terms of the treaty, and deadlocked over its ratification. With ratification in jeopardy, Maria Cristina, Queen Regent of Spain, ratified the Treaty of Paris personally, exercising her imperial right to "fulfil the crown's constitutional obligations and serve the national interest" by ending a war Spain could not win.

The Spanish-American War unites America like nothing had done since before the Civil War. Regional tensions, which ran high in 1897, largely end.

In Spain, the ancien-regime which had dominated Spanish intellectual life began to collapse after the Spanish-American War. Poets, authors, historians, and political leaders of all ages begin to boldly challenge the received wisdom of the Kingdom of Spain. These individuals, called "Ninety-Eighters", cause a renaissance in Spanish culture and politics that radically liberalizes Spain over the next two decades.



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Puerto Ricans hold a 'vigil for light and truth' to demand audit of public debt | Caribbean News Now
Regional news from Caribbean News Now: The source for the latest news throughout the wider Caribbean
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https://plus.google.com/117148843313168230209 Randy Dixon : Puerto Rico, USA by not fully assimilating into American culture has also paid a great price. The (deliberate...
Puerto Rico, USA by not fully assimilating into American culture has also paid a great price. The (deliberate) failure to educate the majority into a fully bilingual society has hurt Puerto Rico under the false guise of preserving the culture. Too many Americans today still think of Puerto Rico as a foreign nation and not part of America as it is. That's due to the lack of communication between North Americans (who also are guilty of not being bilingual) and Puerto Ricans over all. Language barriers is the easiest way to control a people and keeps their voice marginalized in obscurity. .. It's complicated but that the jest of it. I'm like one of the few North Americans who actually reads Spanish .. get my point ...99% of North Americas have no clue what's happening to Puerto Rico.
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https://plus.google.com/106624286975172777979 Aaliyah Villaroel :

Newsela | Puerto Ricans continue their search for identity in the United States
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https://plus.google.com/109259050661364414458 James McDonald :

Puerto Ricans’ labor profile in the US to transition
Census reveals the industries where those emigrating have found the most jobs
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https://plus.google.com/111281411060971050111 Tina D'Elia : Tina D'Elia performs an excerpt from her current show she is developing at The Marsh (San Francisco,...
Tina D'Elia performs an excerpt from her current show she is developing at The Marsh (San Francisco, CA.) with David Ford's Class. Her new show "Overlooked Latinas" is directed by Mary Guzmán and developed by David Ford Teacher/Coach in the with the on going David Ford's Classes at The Marsh.
Location:
Date: Tuesday April 18th, 2017
The Marsh (San Francisco)
1062 Valencia Street @22nd Street
San Francisco, CA, 94110
4 Solo Performers. Tina, Nia, Janet, and Koorosh.
$8.00 at the door. Doors open at 7:00pm.
Show starts at 7:30pm (15-20 minute excerpts)
Tina D'Elia will go on first at 7:30pm followed
by Nia Fairweather Jan Janet Thornburg, and Koorosh Ostowari .
Event ends 9:30pm.
"Overlooked Latinas" Written and Performed by Tina D'Elia
Synopsis: Angel Torres and Carla Garcia, two queer Puerto Ricans have a chance of a life-time to film their new television pilot "Overlooked Latinas" in New York City! But while auditions begin they are faced with demands from the executive producer, threats of lesbian divorce, a baby clock ticking, and a possible affair. While the dreams of their lifetime are in the hands of Angel and Carla - someone is she to lose, win, or both.

Tina D'Elia is a Solo Performer/Actor/Writer/Performance Coach/Small Business Owner: Tina and her directed Mary Guzman won the "Best of Fringe" and "Best of Sold Out Shows" from the San Francisco Fringe Festival (2015) for Tina's solo show "The Rita Hayworth of this Generation". She who works both in casting and as a public speaking coach/workshop leader. Fore more information about Tina D'Elia and Tina D'Elia Consulting.
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https://plus.google.com/102024208358682274963 Nicole Rivera : Puerto Ricans come in all shades
Puerto Ricans come in all shades 
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https://plus.google.com/104856827135541617456 Gilgadu99 : FBI Files S3E09,'deadly business',02-20-01, 12-03-14 http://bit.ly/2pfEcSM Fuel oil companies and workers...
FBI Files S3E09,'deadly business',02-20-01, 12-03-14
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Fuel oil companies and workers charged with ripping off city to the tune of $4M per year,11-10-15,NY1
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FBI Files S6E10,'the Atlanta prison #riot',8-03-04, 12-24-14
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FBI Files S7E15, ' #Ivy League murders',3-03-06, 12-24-14
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FBI Files S7E05,'rebellion in paradise',9-01-05, 12-24-14
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Nelson Denis releases new book; 'War against all Puerto Ricans'
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War against all #Puerto #Ricans; crackdown on #Albizu Campos & Nationalist Party
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'War against all Puerto Ricans',Nelson Denis,7-02-15
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Latino Rebels- historian slams 'lies' of War against all Puerto Ricans'
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Denis- 'The war against all Puerto Ricans', one year later
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https://plus.google.com/116761871608744634382 James McD. : Man in the mirror you way out of order Go to jail who gonna look out for your daughter All on the news...
Man in the mirror you way out of order
Go to jail who gonna look out for your daughter
All on the news bout what happened in Florida
Posted on Worldstar a iPhone recorded
She grabbed my dick overreacted, I'm sorry
Two or three times I had already warned her
Edit that part out, I don't Like to argue
My children go with me to every performance


Wrong you should have respect for yourself
You a queen and you wasn't respecting yourself
Ever been disrespected, you know how it felt
You don't have to like me go love someone else


Father forgive me I fucked up a blessing
When ever I fall you the only one to catch me
Let's change the subject; I gave a confession
You put me back in it I bet I go extra


Wrong you should have respect for yourself
You a queen and you wasn't respecting yourself
Ever been disrespected, you know how it felt
You don't have to like me go love someone else


SauceLord Rich way they got me feeling
I don't get tired, I got ten jobs
I am Zuse bumping Lito when I'm chilling
Imma Breadwinner that is my religion
Don't comment on twitter let you know I meant it
I might like her picture
I'm like nigga really?
I'm like Bobby Fisher eat my competition
I'm ready to die, You gone have to kill me
With you right or wrong, Don't believe in switching
Nasty from the shoulders watch how I switch positions
Put him in a blender my heart been December
Put him in a spitter, can't be reassembled
I'm a real nigga, really made mistakes
Never ran away, I am not pretending
High school back when I was at McKinley
I still fuck with Scooby, shout out to lil Brittney
Stay with black guys, niggas always pickin' on a bright nigga
I am really with it
Damn my homeboy always in his feelings
This ain't bout him, I'm just reminiscing
He was cracking jokes, always being silly
I was doing me fuck a public image
Passionate I can be extra sometimes
Brasi turn back into Kevin sometimes
Ain't right in the head, look back up in jail
Lord don't let us get put back in the cell
Washing clothes in the toilet water (Damn)
Drinking out the faucet had to use your hands
Gunna on the phone "They got you looking bad"
For a punt return they gone run it back
Deal with it, Kevin stand up in they chest
This the same girl was pulling out her breast
Got them on the line tryna get a check
Remember who you are, they envy your success
Diamonds in your mouth all around your neck
Black and Hispanic the worst you could be
I think to myself they must hate Puerto Ricans
Father Moroccan my mother Boricua
Daddy a Muslim, My mother a Christian
I read from the book, a lot I don't remember
Santeria beads Karma comes along
Now they want me gone like I'm Farrakhan
Praise you when you up; kick you when you fall
Throw you to the vultures, sniper pick you off
In a court of law brought you to the floor
All my young rappers that can fit with me
Learn from my misfortune don't get in your feelings
Be an individual you go to prison
I just took a stand with my saggin pants
I just tell the truth like I'm Jesus Christ
Meant to say Jesus
I'm who they don't like
Imma move around I don't like the vibe

God up in heaven you know that I need you
To the polices just make me invisible
To all my haters just make me invincible
To the police just make me invisible
To all my haters just make me invincible
I just thank you to all my haters you make me invincible
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https://plus.google.com/104001708930103787054 Arnol Offical : [ad_1] By Associated Press Published: 19:24 EDT, 13 April 2017 | Updated: 20:44 EDT, 13 April 2017 SAN...
[ad_1] By Associated Press Published: 19:24 EDT, 13 April 2017 | Updated: 20:44 EDT, 13 April 2017 SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) – Puerto Ricans who want their island to remain a U.S. territory got a boost on Thursday from the administration of President…
US to Puerto Rico: Add another option to status referendum

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[ad_1] By Associated Press Published: 19:24 EDT, 13 April 2017 | Updated: 20:44 EDT, 13 April 2017 SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) – Puerto Ricans who want their island to remain a U.S. territory got a boost on Thursday from the administration of President…
US to Puerto Rico: Add another option to status referendum

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[ad_1] SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico –  Puerto Ricans who want their island to remain a U.S. territory just got a boost from the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump. The federal Department of Justice said Thursday that an upcoming referendum to decide…
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