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Decolonizing Solidarity: Black & Puerto Rican History in Action

Decolonizing Solidarity: Black & Puerto Rican History in Action

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Event Organizer: Center for Puerto Rican Studies

Cost:Free

Grab your snacks and join us for another Afternoon Tertulia on October 27th at 5PM EST! October 27th, 1974 marks a historical event at Madison Square Garden between the African American community and the Puerto Rican community in support of decolonizing Puerto Rico. These communities have worked together in the past and continue to work together today in their collective struggles against oppression and colonization. Join Juan Gonzalez, Ana Irma Rivera Lassen, James Early, and Centro Directora Yarimar Bonilla to celebrate this anniversary & in continuing the discussion that started in the 70s. This event is put on in partnership with Friends of Puerto Rico & Boricuas Unidos en La Diaspora

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