Edwin Jusino, Latino Rebels

Edwin Jusino

Latino Rebels

Puerto Rico

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Past articles by Edwin:

Hundreds March in Puerto Rico for Statehood

Dan Santiago, one of the organizers, said in a written statement in Spanish given to Latino Rebels that “It’s time to create the conditions so that we are recognized.” → Read More

Puerto Rico’s ‘Summer Revolution’ Is Not About Political Status (OPINION)

As a libertarian, I’m happy to see the spirit of liberty and personal responsibility shining bright. → Read More

Citing María, Puerto Rico’s Private University System Moves to Eliminate All Athletics Departments

This decision leaves hundreds of students without their sports scholarships as of this December, according to information given to Latino Rebels by various sources. → Read More

Higher Education Facing Hardships in Puerto Rico After María

Some students have decided to leave the island, and lose their semester. → Read More

Puerto Rican Government Needs a Roster Change… And Fast

The Puerto Rican government, from the bottom up, has got to get its act together. → Read More

Hurricane Trump Blasted Through Puerto Rico in Just Four Hours

It will be remembered as the oddest presidential visit to Puerto Rico ever. → Read More

The Two Puerto Ricos: Contrasting Areas Affected by Hurricane María

A new normal? → Read More

Colonial Status Laid Bare in Donald Trump’s Response to Puerto Rico Crisis

Unwillingly, Donald J. Trump will become one of the presidents who, whether by choice or pressure, will be remembered for helping Puerto Rico. → Read More

Government Officials in Puerto Rico Unprepared for Magnitude of Maria Aftermath

Many examples show how unprepared and chaotic life is currently inside the local government. → Read More

Humanitarian Crisis Could Explode If Puerto Rico Hospitals Shut Down Due to Diesel Shortage

Although there were gasoline reserves for 15 days, according to the Puerto Rican government, diesel has been has had higher demand than gas. → Read More

Surviving Hurricane María: Life in Puerto Rico After the Storm

Life, as Puerto Ricans knew it, ended on September 18, 2017. → Read More