Terrazo tells the stories of abuse, racism and suffering of many Puerto Rican blacks during the 19th century at the hands of Puerto Rico's vast white majority. Its 20 chapters, while presumably made up of fictional stories, talk about the way many black workers used to be treated by many white slave owners.
The book has been considered by many as one of the tools that helped Puerto Rican people realize that there was some racism in Puerto Rico's past.
LEGENDARY DINING IN ITS STORIED PAST, COMMELLINI'S RESTAURANT HAS BEEN A GATHERING PLACE FOR SPOKANE'S ELITE, FAMOUS, NOTORIOUS
Dec 05, 1996; As the adage goes: if it's not true, it very well could be. The history of Commellini Junction, a small chicken...