Members of the Peacemakers and the FUPI (Federacion Universitaria Pro- Independencia)

Ruth M. Reynolds Papers, 1915-1989

Peacemakers and Federacion Universitaria Pro-Independencia (FUPI) members forming a symbolic wall between the Puerto Rican people and the United States military, Puerto Rico, 1959. Puerto Rican activist Ruth Reynolds was fourth from left. The door pictured was the entrance to Casablanca, headquarters of the U.S. military command in Puerto Rico. One sign had the words, "Oponemos a la Dominacion militar y congresional E.E.U.U. en Puerto Rico" ("We oppose the military and congressional dominance of the U.S. in Puerto Rico").


Date
January 2, 1959, Date accepted
Creator
Ruth M. Reynolds
Language
Spanish
Document Type
Photograph: b & w photographs
Identifier
RMR_b37_f07_490
Related Keywords
Activism, Activists, Human rights, Nationalism, Protests
Citation
Ruth M. Reynolds Papers, 1915-1989. Members of the Peacemakers and the FUPI (Federacion Universitaria Pro- Independencia): RMR_b37_f07_490. Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives, Hunter College, CUNY. Web. 23 Sep 2019.
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