If anybody knows what statehood holds in store for Puerto Rico, it’s the Diasporicans, Puerto Ricans living outside the colony.
Lawyer Roberto Ariel Fernández on what the Puerto Rico Self-Determination might mean for the world’s oldest colony
Hector chats with Edil Sepúlveda, co-founder of Boricuas Unidos en la Diáspora, a network of professionals looking to tackle the many crises facing Puerto Ricans on the islands and around the world
Puerto Rico’s commonwealth status is used to conceal colonial domination, and even legitimize it
Statehood for Puerto Rico is not an option, in more ways than one
On Puerto Rico’s right to defy U.S. law
Puerto Ricans have forgotten what it means to be free
In Puerto Rico, we are at a crossroads. Our social, economic, and political crisis is deeper than we dare to admit. As the floor is removed from under our feet, old paradigms are more useless than ever before. In its current paralysis, Puerto Rico will continue to deteriorate, still under the domination of the United…