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Daddy Yankee Sep 14
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Samantha Power Sep 15
Heartbreaking piece on . The 2017 hurricane took several thousand lives. 160,000 ppl have since fled. Of the 1,100 public schools before storm, 250 simply didn’t reopen. Corruption, poor governance, federal indifference a toxic mix for ppl who deserve better.
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Josh Gates 22h
Fans of , be sure to tune in to this week’s brand new for a classic, old-school, monster hunt! We’re chasing down the truth behind the legend of the in . Sink your teeth in this Wednesday at 9|8c on !
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AlanaCasanovaBurgess Sep 14
“no es luto, es resistencia” (spotted in Greenpoint) 🇵🇷
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Power4PuertoRico Sep 13
On the 2nd Anniversary of , Sept. 20th, 2019, please pause wherever you are for a national moment of silence at 9:20a.m. to honor the thousands we lost and to renew our commitment to fighting for justice for .
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Prof. Steve Hanke Sep 12
’s citizens are victims of massive . And they have been for years. In corrupt PR, citizens well-being takes a back seat to politicians pocket books.
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Power4PuertoRico Sep 11
“Almost 2 years after Hurricanes Irma and Maria, 30,000 homes in still have blue tarps instead of roofs. Hurricane victims cannot be faulted and should not have to pay for the misdeeds of a few federal or local public officials.”
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Mayita Meléndez Sep 11
Thank you Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for always supporting Puerto Rico, and for proudly representing the AmeRICAN Dream in Congress! Boricuas all over can call home! Plus we Puerto Ricans are also proud American!
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Billfish Report Sep 9
Mayaguez, PR - Phantomas went 5-7 on Blue Marlin over 3-Days, including this acrobatic Blue Marlin.
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YouGovUS Sep 9
Should Puerto Rico become America's 51st state? 57% of Americans "completely support" or "somewhat support" being granted statehood if the territory's residents want to formally join the United States.
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PuertoRicoDayTrips Sep 15
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Renee Graham Sep 16
In the midst of so much nonsense, this brightened my day.
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Melissa Mark-Viverito Sep 12
I give props for at least mentioning & the lives lost on eve of 2 year anniversary, but his discomfort re: how to refer to the island (called it a country) is a reflection of how complicated the status convo is.
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mili bonilla Sep 15
Colonialism: In 1898, US invades & begins colonial domination that continues to this day. Since then & now, we continue the struggle to end the occupation of our island! Join our march & rally from Columbus (first invader) Square to the UN.
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Jenniffer González Sep 11
Governor and I met with my colleague and friend , who has always been a great supporter of
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Patricio Martínez Lorenzo 3h
Important analysis for the in its current evolutionary state.
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WepaGirlz 5h
Nancy & Cyntha the WepaGirlz ready for another Show at 3pm.
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SABR Puerto Rico 8h
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KA_Gerhard 18h
Jetsymil Matos left 🇵🇷 one month after devastated the island in 2017. A microbiologist, Matos has now established a business in Allentown, First International Services.
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Blanca Camacho 20h
“Fly over and you will see a sea of blue. Not the turquoise & teal of its beautiful beaches, but the light blue of 30,000 FEMA tarps still covering rooftops. Thousands of our fellow American citizens on the island are still displaced & in need of housing”
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