Where Do Political Prisoners Come From?

Richie Pérez Papers, 1918-2006

Questions about where do political prisoners come from; cladestine groups and issues of armed struggle; and components of a successful movement to free political prisoners.


Creator
Richie Pérez
Language
English
Document Type
Document: other
Identifier
RiPe_b24_f04_0008_pg01
Related Keywords
Political prisoners, Prisons, Activism, Activists, Protests, Nationalism, Colonialism, Commonwealth, Labor movements, Police surveillance
Individuals or Organizations Mentioned
Fuerzas Armadas de Liberación Nacional, Lolita Lebron, Partido Nacionalista (P.R.), Irving Flores, Griselio Torresola, United States. Congress, Rafael Cancel Miranda, Andres Figueroa Cordero, United Nations, Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Dylcia Pagan, Alicia Rodriguez, Oscar Lopez Rivera, Young Lords, Puerto Rican Student Union, Partido Socialista Puertorriquenos, El Comité, United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation
Related Places
Puerto Rico (is referenced)
Citation
Richie Pérez Papers, 1918-2006. Where Do Political Prisoners Come From?: RiPe_b24_f04_0008_pg01. Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives, Hunter College, CUNY. Web. 08 Aug 2020.
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Repository
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