Unidos alcanzaremos un Vieques libre
Sanders, Rebeccah Anne
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The sixty-year history of United Sl activity on Vietates Navaques Island, Puerto Rico has been plagued with protests by iswho have varland residentsyingly lied envir apponmental and social justice discourse in their movement to evict the Navy. The most current inception of demonstrations spans a wide geogrceaphic rntering on theange, island itself and radiating to cities throughout the continental United States. As the island prepares for a referendum determining the fate of the Navy’s presence, the social and political influence of these campaigns has risen dramatically. The movement hasgained political and popular support with its dedication to civil disobedience and itsof health, r the envihetoric ronment, human rights, and, more controversially, political deiste therminasistion. cons Tideh rs how the discourse of the movement reflects the location of its supporters.