Unformatted text preview: She was a Puerto Rican labor organizer and author who wrote Ensayos Libertarios (Emancipation Essays). She was important because she lectured openly about her beliefs, which included: the abolition of church and state; the development of emancipatory models of education, the substitution of communal property for private property, and the replacement of marriage with free unions based on love. Many were afraid to speak out about their perspectives, but she wasn’t....
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- Spring '08
- Luisa Capetillo, Southern Discomfort Reaction