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The precarious status of adjunct faculty at the University of Puerto Rico is a microcasm for the broader issues faced by the archipelago.
Following the resignation of Gov. Rosselló, a series of people's assemblies have emerged throughout Puerto Rico to keep the conversation—and the popular movement—going.
A NACLA reading list to put ongoing protests in Puerto Rico into context beyond the breaking point of the governor’s chats scandal.
Amid the ongoing debt crisis and as the Island continues to recover from Hurricane Maria, a new anti-corruption law in Puerto Rico fails to address systemic issues stemming from colonialism, austerity, and neoliberal policy.