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In this poem Padilla de Sanz lamented the extreme wealth inequality that led to the suffering of disadvantaged children. She observed how these inequalities in youth would greatly influence their path in life, creating a vicious cycle of poverty.

In this article for Condor Blanco, Padilla de Sanz wrote about the importance of preserving Puerto Rican culture and language when faced with powerful outside influences.

Excerpt from an article written by Padilla de Sanz regarding contributions made by women to the war effort. Padilla de Sanz argued that while traditionally seen as inferior to men, women have held their own throughout history and deserve equal…

Article written by Padilla de Sanz in the publication Tricolor about Puerto Rican independence. Padilla argued that disunity amongst figures in the independence movement hindered the country's liberation efforts.

Speech given by Padilla de Sanz in the prison of Arecibo, Puerto Rico. La Hija addressed the inmates directly and offered them advice on how to rehabilitate themselves through Christianity and education. Rather than a dismissive and judgemental tone,…

This is a poem by Padilla de Sanz written in honor of her friend, the suffragist Ana Roque de Duprey after her death in 1933. In this short poem, La Hija not only paid tribute to Roque de Duprey's fulfilling life but also alluded to the broader…
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