Civil Rights Protest in Puerto Rico

Ruth M. Reynolds Papers, 1915-1989

Protest signs read "Kennedy, What About Civil Rights in Puerto Rico?" "Albizu Campos Simboliza Puerto Rico Preso" ("Albizu Campos Symbolizes Puerto Rico Prisoner") and "Norteamericanos Libres Queremos a Puerto Rico Libre" ("Free North Americans, We Want a Free Puerto Rico"). Protest is front of the Presbyterian Hospital, and the protestors include Ruth M. Reynolds, Al Uhrie, Erasmo Vando and his wife Emeli, Rosa Collazo, W. Valentin Cancel, and Jose E. Cuesta.


Date
August 1963, Date accepted
Creator
Ruth M. Reynolds
Language
English, Spanish
Document Type
Photograph: b & w photographs
Identifier
RMRe_b01_f05_0001_front
Related Keywords
Civil rights, Protests, Activism, Activists
Individuals or Organizations Mentioned
John F. Kennedy, Ruth M. Reynolds, Erasmo Vando, Emelí Vélez de Vando, Rosa Collazo, Jose E. Cuesta, Al Urbie, W. Valentin Cancel
Related Places
Puerto Rico (is referenced)
Citation
Ruth M. Reynolds Papers, 1915-1989. Civil Rights Protest in Puerto Rico: RMRe_b01_f05_0001_front. Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives, Hunter College, CUNY. Web. 19 Sep 2019.
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Repository
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