Puerto Rico: Students Vote to End Strike, Classes Slated to Resume June 12

Students at the University of Puerto Rico have voted to end their two-month-long strike, which was protesting the defunding of public education and the imposition of widespread austerity amid Puerto Rico’s debt crisis. At midnight, students reopened the gates at the university’s main campus, and classes are slated to resume on June 12.  DemocracyNow, June 6, 2017.

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