For a nation that suffers from as much economic hardship as Puerto Rico does, understanding more about its colonial and coffee history may allow for conversations to develop that focus on potentially using coffee as a vessel to improve Puerto Rico’s economy.
Puerto Rican independence would mean higher annual revenues for Puerto Rico, lower federal expenditures for the U.S. government, and would allow both sides to abandon the current shameful colonial relationship, as authors Javier A. Hernández and Alberto Medina explain.
Eloisa García and Lea Moncada of the Gloria Quintanilla Women’s Cooperative discuss proletarian feminism in Nicaragua.
Ink Latino’s interview with a New Jersey-born Boricua whose talents are more than skin deep
The Chicago communities in which Martin Luther King fought for better housing are the very same communities now struggling against gentrification.