A month after major scandals and massive protests brought Governor Ricardo Rosselló’s resignation, Puerto Rico grapples with a new reality.
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The unanimous answer to be heard coming from the Island? "No!"
La respuesta unánime de la Isla es “No”
With all that’s happened in Puerto Rico over the last two weeks, it’s only fitting that some of its biggest revolutionaries in the U.S. hit an important milestone.
Two weeks of intense demonstrations forced the governor of Puerto Rico to finally resign from office. But this is only the beginning of a long-awaited change on the island.
Dos semanas de intensas manifestaciones lograron que el gobernador de Puerto Rico finalmente renunciara al cargo. Pero este es sólo el principio del cambio definitivo en la isla.
Thousands of protesters gathered outside La Fortaleza waiting for the Puerto Rican governor to announce resignation.
La Fortaleza, Puerto Rican executive mansion that lived through the attacks of Danes, Britons, and Americans is once again a symbol of resistance.
Carlos Farmer and Valeria Herrera Huyke were arrested by the Ricardo Rosselló government in Puerto Rico. Their experience is a testimonial of how far corruption can reach on the island.
Carlos Farmer y Valeria Herrera Huyke fueron arrestados por el gobierno de Ricardo Rosselló en Puerto Rico. Su experiencia es testimonio del alcance de la corrupción en la Isla.
La destrucción de un legado.
The destruction of a legacy.
No me cabe duda que los puertorriqueños no retrocederán, no se rendirán, no descansarán hasta que Roselló renuncie.
I have no doubts that Puerto Ricans will not back down, will not surrender, will not rest until Roselló resigns.
With sharpened knives and voices tuned - that is how Puerto Rico defends itself.
Se afilan los cuchillos y también se afinan las voces–así se defiende un Puertorriqueño.
After refusing to step down as governor, Ricardo Rosselló will now face the largest protest in Puerto Rico’s history.
In a historic people’s march, at least 100, 000 protestors took back the streets of Old San Juan, demanded the ouster of Governor Ricardo Rosselló.
The island prepares for the most important day in what is Puerto Rico’s social awakening.
El pueblo en la isla se prepara para la jornada más importante en lo que se percibe como un despertar social sin precedentes.
As protests against Puerto Rican Governor Ricardo Rosselló and his cabinet continue on the island, Nasheli Juliana Ortiz González and other Puerto Ricans in Philly are mobilizing to respond.
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