On April 23rd 2022 there is a call to action and march designated for the citizens who support the statehood of Puerto-Rico with the bill entitled as HR. 1522. It is on this day I would like to take the time to offer my support to the Puerto-Rico leadership and populations who are in-support ofContinue reading “HR. 1522. SUPPORTING PUERTO-RICO STATEHOOD.”
On March 14. 2022 it is National Borinqueneers day. This is the day that commemorates the U.S. soldiers of the 65 infantry who took part in the both World War’s with Korea (1950-1953) which mainly involved Puerto Rican soldiers. Whilst I haven’t written about this National Calendar previously, I am proud and pleased to learnContinue reading “NATIONAL BORINQUENEERS DAY.”
For the appreciation of His Majesty H.M. King Felipe VI Spain visit to the island of Puerto-Rico, USA., I created this sketch to etch this moment in history. I was truly touched by your visit, especially to uplift the morale for the people of Puerto-Rico. Through your visit I was also able to get toContinue reading “SPANISH ROYAL VISIT | PUERTO RICO II!”
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Within this writing I reflect upon the Spanish Monarch Royal Visit H.M. King Felipe VI of Spain to Puerto-Rico, USA.
Within this blog post I write a summary of Chapter 16 entitled: “Tucson, Arizona, ca. 1994-2018” from the Book: “EL NORTE.” I combine Gibsons views with my own research endeavours. Topics of discussion include: the School Systems, USMCA (NAFTA), Immigration, Immigration Legislation and Border Spaces.
Within this writing I reflect to provide a summary of “Chapter 13 New York, ca. 1920s-’60s” from the book entitled “EL NORTE” I found this chapter refreshing to learn of the evolutions and blending of cultural infusions with arts, poetry and dance. Puerto Rican, Cuban and Spanish migration to New York led to the creation of the idea of Hispanidad, that aimed to create a shared Latin American cultural heritage.
Within this writing I provide a summary of points of interests within this chapter 11 of the book entitled “EL NORTE.” II was particularly interested in the events that led to the Cuban-Spanish war, and that even as war took place the United States was not able to acquire Cuba. The U.S. continued to gain territory with wars. President Roosevelt became philosophical about the act of war. The claiming of territory was known as American Imperialism.