Interviews with Puerto Rican Women Prisoners of War
Bay Area journalist Lisa Rudman interviews Puerto Rican Independence fighters and prisoners of war, Dylcia Pagan, Carmen Valentin, Ida Luz Rodriguez, and Haydee Beltran Torres. Incarcerated and interviewed at FCI Dublin these women speak on a variety of issues spanning from their childhood to their political development, from their above-ground activism to their lives in clandestinity, and to their lives as revolutionary women locked up as political prisoners.
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