From Colonized Thought to Decolonial Aesthetics: The Search for a “Philosophical Voice” Amongst Puerto Rican Colonized Subjects

In the following article I present an example of how Lola Rodríguez de Tió, a popular Puerto Rican poet, used poetry to raise her voice and fight against colonization and for independence. Her work is a good example of how protest marches as well as multiple forms of  anti-colonial expression – sculptures, music, dance, etc. – can be instrumental to communicating the desire for freedom and sovereignty.

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As the coup attempt in Venezuela stumbles, it’s time that Guaidó recognize that regime change has failed and accept the path of dialogue

By Peter Bolton On January 28, COHA’s Editorial Board released a statement condemning the US-backed coup attempt in Venezuela and

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The Rise of Political Outsiders in Brazilian Politics: The Case of São Paulo Mayor João Doria

| By MARIA RODRIGUEZ-DOMINGUEZ Extramural Contributor at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs   To download a PDF of this article,

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