Read the article on Common Dreams. The movement that forced Ricardo Rosselló to step down as governor of Puerto Rico is one of the largest in the island’s history. It unified people across the ideological and political spectrum toward a common purpose: ending the governor’s corrupt regime. On Monday, hundreds of thousands of people gathered
Hundreds of Thousands of Protesters Expected in Puerto Rico as Gov. Ricardo Rosselló Says He Won’t Resign. Here’s What to Know
Read the article on Time.com Hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans are expected to gather for the country’s largest protest in recent memory on Monday, declaring that they won’t stop until Gov. Ricardo Rosselló resigns. The mass protest comes a day after Rosselló announced he would not resign, but he would step down as leader
Watch the video on Rising Up with Sonali FEATURING ROSA CLEMENTE – Mass protests continued in Puerto Rico on Monday, a day after embattled Governor Ricardo Rosselló pledged to not run for reelection. But about half a million of the island’s residents poured into the clogged streets of San Juan in what many considered the
Drawing on the Puerto Rican people's resilience and the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, Rosa Clemente highlights the importance of letting those most marginalized tell their own stories.
Listen in to the incredible stories and this thought-provoking conversation on what we can do to move forward in Puerto Rico.