Street dedication to Angelo M. Falcón

José M. López Sierra – Puerto Rico


The founder of the National Institute of Latino Policy and an advocate for Latino rights in the United States (US) was honored on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 at 11 AM by having the South 1st Street in Brooklyn, New York City named Angelo M. Falcón Way. Click on the following link to watch our short video about it:

The problem of the minorities in US is the deeply rooted racism of that country. Do you know why the United States Government (USG) put Puerto Rico in the category of the non-incorporated territory?

The US Congress in 1898 deemed Puerto Ricans an inferior race, and therefore we were not worthy of the USG extending its Constitution to us. The non- incorporated territory status was interpreted by the US Supreme Court to mean that Puerto Rico belongs to but is not a part of the US. Click here for more information:

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. realized towards the end of his life how deep embedded racism is in the national fabric of the USG. He realized that the USG was totally opposed to ever allowing Blacks total equality to Whites.

Puerto Ricans today have no right that the USG has to respect. That language is in the Treaty of Paris of 1898. And that was put there specifically from the iconic racist Supreme Court decision from Dred Scott vs Sanford to discriminate forever against Boricuas.

Therefore, the path to equality for Puerto Ricans is not in trying to remove the stripes from the zebra. It is not even about working to try to be equal to White US citizens. It is all about being all that we could be by being our own country. Click here to learn the difference:

That is what the discussion will be at the United Nations’ Puerto Rico decolonization hearing this Monday, June 24, 2019 at 10 AM. You will be able to watch the entire hearing this year live on

Get involved, because those who believe that Boricuas are inferior people don’t believe in LIBERTY AND IN JUSTICE FOR ALL!

US racism, Reformism vs revolution, Self-determination.

Jose M Lopez Ismael

Nací en NYC. Me mudé a Puerto Rico en el 1980 donde eventualmente me convertí en independentista al ver que PR no se administra para los boricuas. Me retiré tempranamente de la pedagogía para luchar 24/7 por la descolonización de Puerto Rico a través de marchas pacíficas anuales y empujar a la ONU hacer su trabajo. Necesitaremos un tsunami de gente protestando permanentemente para obligar a USA a cumplir con la ley internacional que prohíbe el coloniaje.

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