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Paz para Vieques...Vieques Si..Navy No! "As we lift this flag, our hope for a better Vieques without the Navy" A Vieques where people live in peace and love, developing themselves to earn their daily bread"  Rev. Nelson Lopez. May he R.I.P. Our thanks to Tito Kayak for having the balls to display "OUR" flag on the Statue of Liberty. All he (we) wanted was to stop the bombing in Vieques, Puerto Rico. Miriam Lambert.

bitsome: “ Puerto Rican flag hanging over the Statue of Liberty in the I met one of the dues that orchestrated this. One of the untold annuls of Puerto Rican history.

☀Puerto Rico☀Puerto Rican Flag On Statue Of Liberty - mom is also Puerto Rican! And New York born! #RetailMeNotMom

☀Puerto Rico☀Puerto Rican Flag On Statue Of Liberty - mom is also Puerto Rican! And New York born!

October 25, 1977: Thirty Puerto Rican nationalists and members of the Young Lords Party seize the Statue of Liberty, evicting tourists and flying the flag of Puerto Rico, demanding independence for the U.S. territory and the release of Puerto Rican politic

October Thirty Puerto Rican nationalists and members of the Young Lords Party seize the Statue of Liberty, evicting tourists and flying the flag of Puerto Rico, demanding independence for the U. territory and the release of Puerto Rican politic

Statue of Liberty Take over w/ Panama by Will Salomon Orellana. 35 years ago today, the Statue of Liberty was taken hostage as an act of protest for the liberation of Puerto Rico of the Puerto Rican Political Prisoners by the former members of the Young Lords Party. While in Puerto Rico, I asked Panama if he could speak about the Statue of Liberty take over.  This is how he saw it.

35 years ago today, the Statue of Liberty was taken hostage as an act of protest for the liberation of Puerto Rico of the Puerto Rican Political Prisoners by the…

October 25, 1977: Thirty Puerto Rican nationalists and members of the Young Lords Party seize the Statue of Liberty, evicting tourists and flying the flag of Puerto Rico, demanding independence for the U.S. territory and the release of Puerto Rican political prisoners.

October 25, 1977: Thirty Puerto Rican nationalists and members of the Young Lords Party seize the Statue of Liberty, evicting tourists and flying the flag of Puerto Rico, demanding independence for the U.S. territory and the release of Puerto Rican political prisoners.

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Statue of Liberty with of July fireworks Happy Birthday America! Happy Birthday New York!

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