Puerto Ricans Call For Their Governor’s Resignation; Community Organizing At The Boggs Center; Global Notes With The Turbans

Dozens of citizens holding a sign that reads in Spanish “No more lies. We call a meeting. Quit. huge salaries + greed = corruption”, protest near the executive mansion denouncing a wave of arrests for corruption that has shaken the country and demanding the resignation of Gov. Ricardo Rosello, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Thursday, July 11, 2019. Puerto Rico’s former secretary of education and 5 other people have been arrested on charges of steering federal money to unqualified, politically connected contractors. U.S. Attorney for Puerto Rico Rosa Emilia Rodríguez said Gov. Rossello was not involved in the investigation.
Dozens of citizens holding a sign that reads in Spanish "No more lies. We call a meeting. Quit. huge salaries + greed = corruption", protest near the executive mansion denouncing a wave of arrests for corruption that has shaken the country and demanding the resignation of Gov. Ricardo Rosello, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Thursday, July 11, 2019. Puerto Rico's former secretary of education and 5 other people have been arrested on charges of steering federal money to unqualified, politically connected contractors. U.S. Attorney for Puerto Rico Rosa Emilia Rodríguez said Gov. Rossello was not involved in the investigation. Carlos Giusti / AP Photo
Dozens of citizens holding a sign that reads in Spanish “No more lies. We call a meeting. Quit. huge salaries + greed = corruption”, protest near the executive mansion denouncing a wave of arrests for corruption that has shaken the country and demanding the resignation of Gov. Ricardo Rosello, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Thursday, July 11, 2019. Puerto Rico’s former secretary of education and 5 other people have been arrested on charges of steering federal money to unqualified, politically connected contractors. U.S. Attorney for Puerto Rico Rosa Emilia Rodríguez said Gov. Rossello was not involved in the investigation.
Dozens of citizens holding a sign that reads in Spanish "No more lies. We call a meeting. Quit. huge salaries + greed = corruption", protest near the executive mansion denouncing a wave of arrests for corruption that has shaken the country and demanding the resignation of Gov. Ricardo Rosello, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Thursday, July 11, 2019. Puerto Rico's former secretary of education and 5 other people have been arrested on charges of steering federal money to unqualified, politically connected contractors. U.S. Attorney for Puerto Rico Rosa Emilia Rodríguez said Gov. Rossello was not involved in the investigation. Carlos Giusti / AP Photo

Puerto Ricans Call For Their Governor’s Resignation; Community Organizing At The Boggs Center; Global Notes With The Turbans

On today’s show:

  • Puerto Rico protests
  • Activism in Detroit
  • Global Notes in Ontario