Miguel Morales

Supporters of Oscar's freedom proudly marching with placards and flags.

By Ana M. López, NYC Coordinator to Free Oscar Lopez Rivera Wow! October 9 in Washington, DC in front of the White House–a freedom clamor from a multitude for Oscar López Rivera’s unconditional release made an infinite mark in history.  It is an event where “Oscar estuvo en la casa de Obama“. If we were to measure the energy level of the people that attended the event, it was over

A large crowd gathers to show support for the freedom of Oscar Lopez, holding placards and Puerto Rican flags.

Over 2,000 from Puerto Rico and the Diaspora Assemble In Front of White House Demanding: “Obama, Free Oscar!” by National Boricua Human Rights Network (Chicago Chapter) The National Boricua Human Rights Network (Chicago Chapter) wishes to thank all those who joined us in the Interfaith Freedom Convocation and Cultural Celebration for Oscar López Rivera a successful event. We documented that over 2,000 people from over 25 cities were mobilized. We want to

Sunday, May 29: 35 Women for Oscar

35 Women for Oscar Chicago is a group of women who gather every month for 35 minutes to raise awareness around the incarceration of Oscar López Rivera. We rally for 35 minutes to signify the 35 years Oscar has been imprisoned. We gather in solidarity with women in Boston, New York City and Puerto Rico who also rally once a month for Oscar’s freedom. When: May 29 at 2:00pm to

May 27-29: 35 Poets for Oscar Poetry Marathon

Note: Youtube Channel will be transmitting New York  event and USTREAM for Philadelphia here the link, please share: ustre.am/1wb41 Poets from 3 cities unite in live stream poetry marathon to free Oscar Lopez Rivera Poets from across the country join to mark the 35th Anniversary of the arrest of Puerto Rican independence activist Oscar López Rivera. 35 Poets for Oscar Poetry Marathon will take place during three days, in at least three cities,

34 Women in Logan Square: April 30

34 Women for Oscar Chicago is a group of women who gather every month for 34 minutes to raise awareness around the incarceration of Oscar López Rivera. We rally for 34 minutes to signify the 34 years Oscar has been imprisoned. We gather in solidarity with women in Boston, New York City and Puerto Rico who also rally once a month for 34 minutes. When: Saturday, April 30 at 3:00pm

Prohibido Leer: April 15

Contratiempo brings you a poetry open mic night in solidarity with the campaign to free Oscar. Friday, April 15, 6PM La Casa de Oscar, 2628 West Division Street, Chicago IL