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Jocelyn Loza 📲 Oct 12
Meet the sisterhood reinventing the island's future after Maria - 🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷
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Joe Bonilla Oct 12
An incredible hero to the community, a salute to Roberto Clemente.
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AM Joy w/Joy Reid 19h
.-In certain districts with a couple thousand votes here & there we can make a difference & flip a lot of these districts. That's the idea here. To tell the rest of America & community "You're Americans! You're entitled to vote. Get out there & vote"
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Not Mike Prisuta Oct 12
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Ryan Shadowens 30m
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Connor Nolan Oct 21
Replying to @getstupidsmart
Instead of attacking me like a coward. I would have happily fought him with reasonable concussion protection.
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Jonah Blank Sep 11
The death-toll in from was 2,975. (cite: ) It was initially-- and for about a year after-- reported as 64. Almost ALL of these (American) deaths were preventable. Every living on the mainland: VOTE.
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Bonnie M 15h
Community !! GET OUT ANS VOTE !! Remember Hurricane Maria !!! Never forget the LACK of EVERYTHING The GOP did NOTHING
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Monti Carlo Oct 3
6 out of 10 children are living in poverty after Hurricane Maria. Please donate to the Save The Children Hurricane Maria Relief Fund at and join us on November 14th at Waterside in New Bergen, NJ for our Spotlight event. 🇵🇷 🇵🇷
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Gary A Williams Sep 14
To , 2,975 deaths really IS an “unsung success.”
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Abraham López Aug 17
5 yrs ago I was honored as the Grand Marshall of the Parade, the youngest Grand Marshall in the parade’s 58 yr history! This Sunday I’ll return to celebrate the countless contributions of Puerto Ricans to the nation. ¡Yo soy , pa’ que tu lo sepas!
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Hopkins Nursing Oct 3
As a American & , I can’t think of a better photo to encapsulate my thoughts on my research & practice than this one, my family on Thanksgiving ’s for
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Scott Nevins Sep 13
I’m rarely shocked by this morons tweets, but this one....😳 I hope every is registered to vote in the midterms and in 2020! Also make sure your friends and family are too.
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Maria Quinones-Sanchez Sep 24
I'm always proud to welcome our community into for the annual I want to thank everyone who came, especially the Veterans from our local Post 840, Edison High School's JROTC and Esperanza Academy's Dance group! Feeling very proud! 🇵🇷
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OCFire Rescue Sep 25
Sound on! Firefighter/EMT Negron has delivered more than 200 stunning performances on behalf of . He proudly celebrates his roots and we proudly celebrate him. Check out his 9/11 performance . It’s !
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Keto With Lee Sep 15
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Nancy Santiago Negron Sep 13
My hope is that every reading this who is living on the mainland, gets registered & then casts their VOTE in November. Vote as if your life depends on it, because it does. Vote to give a voice to the 3,000 people says: “They were alive when I left.”
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Monti Carlo Sep 25
Please RT: After , 6 out of 10 children live in poverty. They need our help. Join me at the Spotlight Fundraiser to benefit Puerto Rico. It's 11/14 at Waterside in North Bergen, NJ or please donate at
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BLACK CONSERVATIVE Sep 21
Replying to @blackrepublican
Now, you look 👀 for Blacks in the leadership of the Republican Party, and it’s not so much easy; it’s like a “white out” generally very, very, WHITE light-skin looking Boriquas. A few even with blonde hair. I don’t think it’s a coincidence. It’s shameful.
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Refugees International Sep 7
In the face of insufficient assistance from federal and authorities in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, ordinary people have stepped up to become strong community leaders—ultimately strengthening community resilience.
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