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In this special episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the Puerto Rican day parade and the Puerto Rican people. He addresses the struggles and needs that are not being met in regards to Puerto Ricans living in the United States of America. Puerto Ricans are an important part of this nation and are often forgotten. They have faced many harships which go silent in academia and the media.
Sacerdotus speaks on this and gives words of inspiration to all Puerto Ricans to inspire to do more, promote their cultural identity more and challenges Church leaders to do more to keep Puerto Ricans in the Catholic Church.
Established in 1957, The National Puerto Rican Day Parade serves to celebrate and help preserve Puerto Rican culture and to create national awareness of the contributions Puerto Ricans have made to mainstream society on a global scale. Its mission is to empower the Puerto Rican community through promoting arts, culture, education and civic engagement in an effort to help advance the Puerto Rican and Latino community. The Parade organizers embrace a responsibility to inspire Puerto Rican youth and instill a strong sense of self worth and pride in our community.
This is your opportunity to engage two of the parade organizers live on internet radio and ask them questions about the new direction of the Puerto Rican Day Parade has recently taken.
Our guests will be board members Rosa J. Gutierrez, MBA (Treasurer) and Louis Maldonado (Marketing)
Puerto Rican Nationalists tried to murder Harry Truman after a tip was made by a cab driver as to where the President was residing during construction of the White House. It is a little known story. Jon, Bob and I will expose the facts tonight on what went down and who did die in the foibled attempt.
Center for Puerto Rican Studies-Centro Understanding Afro-Puerto Rican and Other Afro-Latin@ Culture Center for Puerto Rican Studies-Centro http://youtu.be/lTf7sjwd9vY
Richard Garcia, TuPac Tribute Perfomer that was recently on TMZ regarding the uproar of Wycleff new music video that has a scene of TuPac's corpse in it is now facing another issue. Richard who has his heart set on auditioning for the TuPac role in the new Tupac film has hit a major raod block. The producers of film denied Richard a chance to audition for the Tupac stating that he is "Way older than Tupac at the age of 25." Richard's support team alleges that an African-American actor around the same age of TuPac was allowed to audition. Richard and his crew believe that he was denied an audition possibly because of age but more specifically because he is of Puerto Rican descent. Tune ino tomorrow learn more about Richard a single parent who has raised 7 children on his own, obtained his B.A. degree, and is a part time substitute teacher.
Call in and let us know your thoughts on who you who like to see cast as TuPac.What are your thoughts on a Puerto Rican playing a fully African-American role. Give us your views on actors playing roles when there is 10 age difference between charachter and an actor.
This show will be based on the Puerto Rican background, heritage, and culture. DahBoiMorco -n- YahBoiTae will be giving some history, and will be teaching the history as well. This will be a 90 min. show. Full of Puerto Rican love, and respected, this show is for the Puerto Ricans out there. We will be playing Reggaeton and Salsa for ya’ll. We will be having Esther Springfield on the show. She is a Puerto Rican, she also has a Puerto Rican background, and has a life experiences she would like to share on the show. She is a wife, a parent of 4 young men, and know it all. We would love to have you Puerto Ricans out there to show so love for you country, and to share that with Ybtmc- Radio. So make sure to call in and share your background and experiences as a Puerto Rican. Thanks, DahBoiMorco -n- YahBoiTae
Author Marisel Vera is back talking about Puerto Rican ChristmasTraditions. Her fabulouse book "If I Bring You Roses" is rich with Puerto Rican cooking traditions that make you hungry just reading!
***Great Conversations With The Most Interesting People***. Every Tuesday 1:00 pm and My Spritual Journey every Thursday 9:00am.
Welcoming back author Marisel Vera, If I Bring You Roses. We are talking Thanksgiving celebrations with African American and Puerto Rican influences.
***Great Conversations With The Most Interesting People.*** Every Tuesday 1:00 pm and Thursday 9:00am.
In this show there will be a few Bomba Practionners (Musicians, Dancers, Singers), Historians and Innovators on to talk about the legacy of the Bomba and Plena Tradition in Puerto Rico. This is a style that many are unaware of and is often overshadowed by Salsa and the Afro Cuban traditions. However, Bomba is an Afro Caribbean Tradition with strong roots and it is continuing in the Puerto Rican Diaspora in NYC and Chicago. This show is sure to be entertaining, stimulating and informative! More on the Guests Coming Soon...
Today on the show us DJ's are going to discuss our sexual preference in women. The pros and cons of our taste of choice
Labels “Puerto Rican, Dominican, Guatemalan, Nicaraguan, Latino, Hispanic, etc”, were all coined by the Albion/Tamahu/Europeans to conceal the true identity of our Brother and Sister moors inhabiting mainly central and South America and the adjoining Islands. Our Brothers will join us in a continued discussion to reveal clear evidence that’s staring us in the face every day; that melanin rich Moors have always inhabited all of the Americas and the world.
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