QOS and UPRS Celebrate Puerto Rican, African and Caribbean Cultures and Promote Solidarity

by Rebecca Rios, Editor, Que Ondee Sola, NEIU   Que Ondee Sola Magazine (QOS) and Union for Puerto Rican Students (UPRS) at Northeastern Illinois University hosted...

Can Bread And Puppet’s Play Get Obama To Pardon A Jailed Puerto Rican Activist?

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by Greg Cook, 90.9WBUR When Vermont’s Bread and Puppet Theater brought its show “The Seditious Conspiracy Theater Presents: A Monument to the Political Prisoner Oscar...

ALL OF PUERTO RICO’S GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES UNITE TO CALL ON OBAMA: “FREE OSCAR LÓPEZ...

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translation by L. Alejandro Molina, Gubernatorial candidates for the various political parties in Puerto Rico, as well as the independent candidates, united to call on...

OSCAR LÓPEZ RIVERA AND THE CABANILLAS

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by Samir Chopra FOR ALMOST four years now, I have worn a shirt bearing the legend “Libertad Oscar López Rivera Ahora”. This portable messenger...

22nd Fiesta Boricua Rocks Paseo Boricua

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Fiesta Boricua de Bandera a Bandera was another huge success. This year, many of its traditional aspects such as the celebration of the “Mejor de Nuestro Pueblos” represented by Cayey...

Puerto Rican Agenda calls on CHA to remedy dismal Latino representation in CHA

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Over 40 leaders representing the Puerto Rican Agenda convened at the former management offices of Hispanic Housing Development Corporation's...

Caliban: an exhibition of Puerto Rican contemporary artists

The National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture (NMPRAC) is pleased...

Alderman Maldonado Speaks on the New Paseo Boricua Arts Center

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COMING SOON! THE PASEO BORICUA ARTS CENTER •  FINANCING PROVIDED BY BELMONT BANK & TRUST Earlier this month, the Puerto Rican Cultural Center (PRCC) bought...

Compartiendo ideas y visiones con Oscar

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“Las visitas son muy importantes, abren una conversación muy importante entre Oscar y el pueblo,” comenta Jan Susler, abogada de Oscar López Rivera. Como parte del...

Prominent Nuyorican Poet Tato Laviera Dies

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Many of us are mourning the passing of Puerto Rican writer Tato Laviera, a lead poet, musician, and composer of the Puerto Rican diaspora.