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El Malcriado newspaper not only recognized the injustice inflicted on farm workers and working-class people across the United States and internationally, but they acknowledged the oppression all communities faced. Included is one example highlighting the forced sterilization of two young black girls. There is also an article written by Marta Aponte describing the challenges that farm workers in Puerto Rico encountered. Following the article are examples of workers in various industries fighting for improved working conditions.
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Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, California
El Malcriado Newspaper Collection
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"Bleak Future & Puerto Rico: Futuro Triste y Puerto Rico" (1973). Politicians. 35.