Debt, Infrastructure, and Resistance: School Occupation and Rescue in Puerto Rico

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Caribbean Studies Network 


Sarah Molinari (CUNY)

This talk explores the local effects of debt capture through Puerto Rico’s public schools. While school closures register the dismantling of various social fabrics, they also have provided spaces for new forms of intergenerational resistance through occupation, mutual aid, and the construction of alternative social infrastructures. 

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Seminars will take place on Zoom. Times listed are London times. All seminars last no more than one hour. Seminars are open to all.

Convenors: Professor María del Pilar Blanco, Professor David Howard, Dr Michael Joseph, Dr William Ghosh

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