The red, white and blue Puerto Rican flag was replaced with black and white colors in July 2016 by a group of artists who originally painted the flag in a public place in Old San Juan.  This was not an act of pessimism but a call to Resist.

To RESIST the imposition of a Fiscal Control Board that has taken away what little power we had over our own country...

A call to RESIST the continuation of Puerto Rico as a colony of the US.

Cemi Threads strives to create cultural awareness with designs that inspire cultural pride among the Puerto Rican community. 

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