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The 2013 Convention in Puerto Rico was the first ever NLG Convention held in a U.S. colony. The event's location inspired vibrant discussion about the island's colonial status, as members learned about the Puerto Rican independence movement and the work of political prisoners such as Oscar López Rivera and our keynote speaker, Rafael Cancel Miranda.
Rafael Bernabe, University of Puerto Rico/Partido del Pueblo Trabajador: Remarks to the 2013 Convention of the National Lawyers Guild.
By Ramón Bosque-Pérez
Efrén Rivera Ramos: Presentation for the panel, "U.S. Colonialism in Puerto Rico and Resistance Thereto" during the National Lawyers Guild Convention in San Juan, Puerto Rico, October 26, 2013.
Submitted at the NLG Annual Law for the People Convention in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on October 24, 2013 by the National Executive Committee of the National Lawyers Guild.