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26 April 2010


Cocoa Rican

It's painful to think that Puerto Rico hasn't done more in light of the recent rash of apparent hate crimes. To be honest, my homeland is one that is gay friendly and to think that these break-out incidences are making such international news is both embarassing and hair raising.


There is no such thing as a hate crime committed against someone your pastor or your political party has told you is not a human.

Three hundred years of slavery and one hundred more of Jim Crow must have taught us that.

In 1938, the “governors” of the states of Germany would not have recognized the possibility of a hate crime committed against a Jew, so how would a Republican governor of Puerto Rico in 2010 recognize the possibility of one against a gay person?

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