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Boricua Spirit  This page was created to raise awareness of our often-forgotten Puerto Rican heritage.

Amo mi Patria, but the Govenor is an embarrassment to our people as a leader!!!!!!! @ricardorossello #vendepatria

¡¡Me uno al llamado del Pueblo de Puerto Rico!! ¡¡NOS SACRIFICAMOS TODOS O NINGUNO!! Proponemos que el Gobernador, los Alcaldes, legisladores y asesores no cobren más de 35 mil al año, que trabajen 40 horas a la semana, que sólo acumulen sus licencias tal y lo establece el proyecto laboral. Cero dietas, cero millaje, cero escoltas, cero autos. Si trabajan por el pueblo, si son servidores públicos, que vivan como el pueblo. Añado a que también la JCF, no opere con $1 millón mensual, que sale del pueblo, quieren sacrificios nuestros, pero ellos no se sacrifican. Si quieren levantar a Puerto Rico, que den el ejemplo ellos. Por último, que estén en probatoria 1 año cómo cualquier hijo de vecino y que tengan los estudios y/o los conocimientos necesarios para los cargos que ocupan.
@ricardorossello #vendepatria #detalpalotalastilla

Good morning mi gente! Happy Thursday!!!!! The word for today. LOYALTY..... With so many things coming back in style, I can't wait till loyalty and morals becomes the new trend again! Loyalty is more than just a word, it's a way of life!!! Everybody wants loyalty, consistency, and somebody who won't quit on them when things go south but, some people forget that to get that person, you have to be that person!!!! Loyalty and love should mean everything to you!!!!! Boricua hasta la muerte! ☕💯🇵🇷

#repost from @poncesolo -  In 1934, Pedro Albizu Campos led an island-wide agricultural strike which paralyzed the US sugar corporations and won a great victory for the sugar cane workers, by raising their wages from 45 cents to $1.75 per 12-hour day.

From that moment on, Albizu was a marked man. Arson and bomb threats were made against his home. FBI agents tapped his phone, read his mail, and followed him all over the island. In 1936 he was arrested and imprisoned for “advocating the overthrow of the US government.” On March 21, 1937, in his hometown of Ponce, a peaceful march was organized on behalf of Albizu Campos. It was Palm Sunday. Men, women and children arrived from all over the island, dressed in their Sunday finest, waving palm fronds at each other. A five-piece band started playing La Borinqueña (the Puerto Rican national anthem) as the peaceful march began.

And then a shot rang out.
Iván Rodriguez Figueras fell like a rag doll. A second shot exploded and an 18-year old poking his head out a window, fell down dead.A third shot dropped Obdulio Rosario, carrying a palm leaf crucifix. The Ponce Massacre begins.  Everyone tried to run in all directions – but they couldn’t escape because two hundred policemen with Tommy guns and rifles were stationed all around them. They blocked every escape route, and created a killing zone. Then they started firing. A boy was shot on a bicycle. A father tried to shield his dying son, and was shot in the back.
An old man flew upward, his body split almost in two.

The police fired for over ten minutes. They shot into several corpses. They fired over the corpses, as if they didn’t exist. They chased people down the side streets, shooting and clubbing anyone they could find. They clubbed a man to death on his own doorstep. They clubbed 53-year old Maria Hernandez del Rosario on the head so hard, that her gray matter spilled out onto the street and people kept slipping on it. They shot a 7-year old girl in the back, as she ran to a nearby church. They shot a man on his way home, as he yelled “I’m a National Guardsman.” From "War Against All Puerto Ricans"

Who's in control in P.R.? By Andrew Scurria
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Good morning familia.. Happy wicked Wenesday! 😂 Reminded of something my mom use to say... Nunca digas de esa agua no beberé, porque el camino es largo y te puede dar sed. Ya tu sabe. #stayhumble

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Good morning mi gente! Today I wish you all everything and nothing. Everything that makes you happy and nothing that makes you suffer. May many blessings be bestowed upon you and your family... Always stay true to yourself, yet always be open to learn. Work hard, and never give up!!! If you knew who walks beside you on this path that you have chosen in life, fear would be impossible!!! If you find you have chosen the wrong path in life you can always make a u-turn and start over...as long as you have breath it is never to late!!! The warrior in us will never allow us to give up! 🏹
One love... ☕💯🇵🇷

Family is not an important thing. It's EVERYTHING! 🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷 My family isn't perfect, none of us are perfect.. but when shit hits the fan we are more united then ever...we might not see each other for months but let me say I'm cooking and everyone comes home lol...


In honor of Women's History Month - Artwork by Ramon L. Acevedo

Mom..... altho my memory has been failing me lately I got a glimpse of you the other day on our land... I see you clearly as day with the machete in hand... Lol.. I wish I had taken a picture of you on that day....atho your not here with me your spirit lives on....Te amo mama.. cuanto te extraño... Ahora es que eeee....History tried to erase the women of Borikén, but their spirit continues to endure through each one of us! Our strength comes from within....con machete en mano... pa'lante!

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