Loyal to the end…supporting Oscar López Rivera

  On a cold January 11 night, A Call to Action on Puerto Rico held a final rally in front of 26 Federal Plaza in New York City. Dozens of marchers brought leaflets, a large banner, and their… Read More

Today…April 21, 2016…is the 51st anniversary of the death of Pedro Albizu Campos

  Fifty one years ago, Don Pedro Albizu Campos died in San Juan. The US and Gov. Luis Muñoz Marín had broken his body, but not his spirit.  Half a century later, all of Don Pedro’s warnings have… Read More

Milwaukee man shoots and kills a Puerto Rican for speaking Spanish

  A 39-year-old Milwaukee man shot and killed one of his neighbors, Jesus R. Manso-Perez, for speaking in Spanish to his own son. Mr. Manso-Perez was Puerto Rican, and was accompanying his son to the laundry. It happened on… Read More

Puerto Rico will not be the fifty first state

  Thirty-five years ago Rubén Berríos, the president of the Independence Party of Puerto Rico (PIP) shocked a lot of people. He declared that the two major parties in Puerto Rico (PPD and PNP) were a complete fraud…because… Read More

Puerto Rico to the U.S. Supreme Court: “Are we a territory or not?”

  Puerto Rico v. Sánchez Valle began as a local criminal matter in Puerto Rico, and exploded into a landmark constitutional case before the U.S. Supreme Court. The Court is faced with one central question: is Puerto Rico… Read More