- Jun 2021
Covid vaccine uptake has soared among minorities, but we can’t be complacent about hesitancy. (2021, April 25). Inews.Co.Uk. https://inews.co.uk/opinion/covid-vaccine-uptake-soared-minorities-cant-complacent-hesitancy-970503
- vaccine hesitance
- vaccine uptake
- African Descent
- ethnic minorities
- Black British
- Mar 2021
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- Mar 2017
- Oct 2015
Calderón, who is a proud Afro-Puerto Rican independentista —his son’s name is Malcolm X and his daughter’s name is Ebony Nairobi— is in fact an interesting paradigm for further discussing the issue of gaining independence or progress in Puerto Rico. The fact of the matter is that most independentistas are white Hispanophiles who have socio-economic mobility and are invested in respectability politics. On the contrary, Calderón not only criticizes the United States and their mendacious treatment toward Puerto Rico, but also criticizes Puerto Rico’s racism, classism, corruption and, more important, advocates for people with few resources. He does not romanticize the country by blaming Puerto Rico’s current crisis on Puerto Rico’s colonial status but instead takes a firm and critical approach to a range of issues that affect the country altogether.
Article focusing on the work of Tego Calderon and other Afro-Caribbean activists in Puerto Rico.
- Sep 2015
A pesar de ser un país esencialmente negro las posiciones de poder están ocupadas por gente de pieles claras.
The article talks about systematic racism in Puerto Rico. Being black and successful is seen as an astounding achievement. Whereas being white and successful is simply expected. 80% percent of Puerto Ricans identified as white in 2010. The article ends with "We are a racist country that excludes, that is why we also exclude the dominicans, because they are black".