University of Puerto Rico Choir …. In Solidarity …. ‘Orlando Victims’ …. !!


~~June 18, 2016~~




“Acto de solidaridad en la UPRRP con las víctimas de la masacre en Orlando”

To the Spanish speaking visitors, this will touch their hearts.

To those who don’t speak Spanish, this is a very well known song in Puerto Rico.

The genre is know as “danza”.

“Mis Amores”

Lyrics basically state that we say goodbye to “my loves”.

I feel pain in my soul which I will never forget.

Perfect for this sad occasion.



El pasado domingo, 12 de junio, el mundo fue nuevamente sorprendido con la noticia de la violencia de que es capaz un ser humano cuando la homofobia, la xenofobia, el racismo y todo fundamentalismo irracional se expresa a través del odio y de las armas.

El Recinto de Río Piedras no guardó silencio, y realizó anoche un acto de solidaridad con las familias de las 49 vidas de hombres y mujeres, en su mayoría hispanos, entre ellos 23 puertorriqueños, que fueron asesinados en Orlando, Florida.

Como tributo a todos y todas, durante el acto se iluminó la Torre de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras (UPRRP), símbolo de futuro y esperanza para la juventud que día a día habita ese espacio, con los colores rojo, anaranjado, amarillo, verde, azul y violeta, distintivos de la bandera de la comunidad LGBTQ. Así también, durante el sencillo acto, la agrupación Coralia de la UPR interpretó varios temas musicales.


Durante el mensaje pronunciado en la actividad, el rector, Dr. Carlos E. Severino Valdez, denunció a nombre de la comunidad universitaria y de las personas presentes el ataque perpetuado a estos hombres y mujeres.

“Rechazamos toda violencia contra la integridad de la vida, y nos solidarizamos con los familiares de las víctimas y, en especial con sus compañeros y compañeras que hoy viven con una cicatriz tatuada en el alma con el pincel del dolor y la incomprensión”.

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Mis Amores
(Simón Madera)

Adiós, Adiós, amores,
encantos de mi vida,
la prenda más querida
de mi vida, vida,
de mi amor, amor.

Siento en el alma pesares
que jamás podré olvidar
tormentos a millares
que me vienen a mortificar.

El corazón se me aflige
lloro tu ausencia mi bien,
eres el ser que más adoro
en mi bella Borinquén.

Ya cesaron para mi
el placer, la ilusión,
¡Ay de mi!
que me mata esta fuerte pasión.
Y tu, angel querido,
no has comprendido
lo que es amor.

Piensa mi bien amada
que mis amores son
la flor más delicada
que te ofrece mi corazón.


~~Danza “Mis Amores”~~

Coro UPR-RP en solidaridad con Orlando y la comunidad LGBTTQ

~Published on Jun 16, 2016~~

Graduación UPR-RP 2016

En recordación y solidaridad con las víctimas de la masacre en Orlando, sus familiares y la comunidad LGBTTQ, el coro de la UPR-RP: interpretó la danza “Mis amores”.


In solidarity, with the victims of the Orlando massacre, their families, and the LGBTQ community, the UPR-RP chorus sang “My Loves”.


Video credits for Marilia Scharrón del Río, who was seated on first row as a new doctor in education.


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To start the day .… “Alexandra Lúgaro …. Puerto Rico’s reality”!!


~~January 20, 2016~~ 


I recently learned about this young Puerto Rican woman.

It seems that she has major plans and excellent ideas for Puerto Rico.

To anyone who is interested in the historical facts of Puerto Rico’s past which have lead to its current present situation, I urge you to listen to her.

It’s a matter of history.

It’s a matter of having the correct facts.

Many don’t know where Puerto Rico is located. Many don’t even know why Puerto Rico has this huge debt crisis, poverty level and so many other problems.

You will find some answers in her message.

Please, take a look.

Thank you.



Puerto Rico’s Alexandra Lúgaro, First Independent Candidate for Governor

Alexandra Lúgaro wants to change things in Puerto Rico and break free from the shackles of a dysfunctional two-party system that has brought the island to its knees.

Lúgaro, a 33-year-old attorney and businesswoman, is running as the first independent for governor of Puerto Rico. The candidate’s lack of party affiliation places her outside the political circles, but she aims to inject new life, hopes, and ideas into the territory’s government.

Born into a family that struggled economically, Lúgaro credits education for her success, saying it offered her the tools to improve herself. She went on to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration at the University of Puerto Rico and later a Juris Doctor at the same school. She then earned a Master’s in Laws, LLM from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and is currently finishing her Doctorate in Tax Reform at the same.

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~Message from Puerto Rico to the U.S. Government~

~Published on Oct 14, 2015~

Currently, Puerto Rico is going through the worst fiscal crisis in its history. We owe 73 billion dollars to our lenders and we are not generating enough revenue to pay them back, while continuing to provide public services to our people.

To this day, the United States controls all of Puerto Rico’s foreign relations, customs, immigration, postal system, communications, radio, television, commerce, transportation, social security, military service, maritime laws, banks, currency, judiciary, tariffs, trade relations, shipping industry and cabotage rights, yet shockingly they continue to avoid their responsibility over Puerto Rico’s fiscal crisis.

We know where we have failed, but we are willing to make it right.

We’re just requesting the same from the U.S. Government:

1. Derogate the Jones Act to allow non-American ships to carry goods between Puerto Rico and the U.S. mainland in order to lower Puerto Rico’s shipping costs and give us a real chance of competing in the world economy.

2. Enact for Puerto Rico a Visa Waiver Program similar to the one extended to Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, in order for us to be able to attract visitors, doctors and students from Central and South America, jump starting our tourism industry and being able to compete with neighboring islands.

3. Take an active role in solving our financial crisis, working with our government to define a strategy that will help us meet our responsibility with bond holders and develop a healthy and sustainable economy.

President Barack Obama and Members of Congress:

We’re not asking you for money or for pity, we’re just asking you to assume your responsibility and help us get back on our feet.

Alexandra Lúgaro


We ALL are connected through our BLOOD!! 


We ALL are ONE!! 

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