Events

Former Political Prisoner Speaks

    Puerto Rican Nationalist Carlos Alberto Torres to Lecture on His Incarceration, Political Prisoner Campaigns, and Puerto Rico Thursday, October 6, 2011 by INDY STAFF This week, the UCSB MultiCultural Center (MCC) presents Art as Activism: Political Prisoners, and Puerto Rican Independence, a talk by Puerto Rican independentista Carlos Alberto Torres. Torres will speak about his experiences as a political prisoner in the U.S. for 30 years, Puerto Rico’s status as a

Puerto Rican Political Prisoner Speaks at Evergreen State College

Sat, 10/08/2011 – 3:04pm — Anonymous Puerto Rican history, the struggle for independence! Carlos Torres, 30 years served as political prisoner in Puerto Rico. Puerto Rican history, the struggle for independence! Carlos Torres, 30 years served as political prisoner in Puerto Rico. Saturday, October 15 · 2pm, The Evergreen State College, Seminar 2 E1105 http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=178171868929590 Carlos Alberto Torres spent 30 years in prison for his politics and is here in Olympia to

May 29 Commemorative Events in Chicago

An update on the day’s program for Chicago as we head toward the events commemorating May 29, 2011 (the day of Oscar’s arrest and subsequent imprisonment for the last 30 years), 1) Arrival of the Freedom Walkers Over 30 Freedom Walkers will be arriving to the Unity Ecumenical Service, several of which will have marched almost 200 miles in 10 days, from Terre Haute, IN to Chicago, IL and the

Organizer's Meeting to Free Oscar

Join supporters of Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar López in the renewed campaign for his release! Saturday, January 15 from 05:30 PM to 7:00 PM Resist Art Collective at 2708 West Division Street, Chicago Hear a report back on Oscar’s case from Jan Susler. Alejandro Molina will discuss the second phase of the campaign. Learn how you can help. ¡Qué salga ya!