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Emancipation Day for Puerto Rico

Slavery was legal in Puerto Rico for 350 years. Some owners even went so far as to brand their slaves foreheads with hot irons. No wonder there is a holiday to celebrate the end of this cruelty. Back to Article

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lil_miss_swagger123
lil_miss_swagger123 wrote:
2011-08-20 09:44:26 -0700

U Barley Know lolz jk

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giselley 101
giselley 101 wrote:
2011-08-20 09:43:48 -0700

im proud im half puerto rican!!

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