QUE VIVA PUERTO RICO LIBRE

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EL Frente calls for immediate decolonization and independence

EL Frente calls for immediate decolonization and independence

EL Frente calls for immediate decolonization and independenceEL Frente calls for immediate decolonization and independenceEL Frente calls for immediate decolonization and independence


FRENTE INDEPENDENTISTA BORICUA

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Your tax-deductible donation to El Frente Education and Community Support Fund will help support earthquake relief and other critical causes across the archipelago.  El Frente's fiscal sponsor is El Grito Inc, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, EIN# 81-2129119. 100% of all proceeds will go to earthquake relief as we are an all volunteer force.

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Disaster strikes the island.

PR Earthquakes

With hundreds of earthquakes since December 28 including a 6.4 magnitude earthquake on Jan 7th which destroyed many structures including this 179 yr old church in Guayanilla, the PR community is again suffering catastrophic losses.  Please help us deliver much needed food, water and supplies to our most vulnerable.

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the people have spoken: the corrupt PR government must go!

El Frente and all affiliated organizations call for the dismantling of the corrupt government in Puerto Rico and the start of the decolonization process in the island.  


We continue to ask all interested parties, partner organizations and countries in solidarity to join us as we call on the United Nations to invoke United Nations Resolution 1514(XV) and initiate the self-determination decolonization process to achieve Puerto Rican Independence!


Our time is NOW!  QUE VIVA PUERTO RICO LIBRE!


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BREAKING NEWS: UN CALLS FOR DECOLONIZATION & INDEPENDENCE

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ON SEPT 21 we MARCHed FOR PR INDEPENDENCE.

151 Years after El Grito de Lares, We Marched Again.

September 23, 1868 marks the date when Dr. Ramon Emeterio Betances and Segundo Ruiz Belvis organized a revolt and declared independence from Spain.  Although short lived, El Grito de Lares stands as a symbol for Puerto Rican liberation against colonial rule.


151 years later, Spain has been supplanted by the United States, but our struggle remains.  Fighting for our liberation and freedom from colonial rule is still at the heart of everyday Puerto Rican life.  


On September 21, we marched to honor those who marched 151 years ago; we marched to express our current plight; we marched to show the world 200 reasons why independence is necessary and just; we marched to demand our independence.  


Marching with us on this historic event were the former Puerto Rican political prisoners, artists, poets, musicians, Puerto Ricans from all walks of life, and organizations from the United States and other countries who are in solidarity with our struggle.


To Learn More about the Grito de Lares March for Independence in NY:

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We advocate for Puerto Rican Independence.

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FRENTE INDEPENDENTISTA BORICUA is comprised of organizations and individuals committed to the Independence of Puerto Rico.

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 ¡Despierta Borinqueño
Que han dado la señal! 

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 ¡Despierta de ese sueño
Que es hora de luchar!