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NYC Hosts Successful 2nd National Meeting- Freedom Pa ‘Oscar Now

A Summary of Work and Projected Plans During the Valentine’s day celebration, more than 60 people attended the second national meeting sponsored by the NYC May 30th coalition.  Bad weather all day long-cold and snowing day in NY did not stop the activists from traveling near and far. The meeting was held at Eugenio Maria […]

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Carta de Oscar a Clarisa: “Tenemos que atrevernos a ganar”

Por Oscar López Rivera Querida Clarisa: Este pasado 4 de enero hubo una celebración de mi cumpleaños en San Sebastián, mi pueblo natal. No he visitado mi pueblo por 40 años y sólo puedo imaginarme y visualizar los cambios que ha habido allí para que El Pepino se haya convertido en el pueblo que recibe tantos elogios. Hoy, […]

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La Capilla del Barrio Faithful to Oscar’s Release, Celebrates his 72nd Birthday, Recognizes Jan Susler

By La Capilla del Barrio CHICAGO- La Capilla del Barrio/The Neighborhood Chapel celebrated Oscar López Rivera’s 72nd Birthday during its “Three Kings Day/Día de Los Reyes Magos Worship Celebration on Sunday, January 4, 2015. This year’s theme was “Bring Our 4th King Home.” “Celebrating Oscar’s birthday at has become a tradition for the members of […]

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Oscar Message to Philadelphia Churches, Jan. 4, 2015

Greetings and warm hugs for you and the good people of Philly. I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to you and to all the good people in Philly for the support you and they have given me. The past year was amazing and extraordinary for the campaign in support of my release. The […]

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“100,000 Tweets for Oscar” Campaign Reaches over 500,000 people

34 countries, 17 states represented By La Respuesta Media and National Boricua Human Rights Network Over 500,000 people were reached on January 6, 2015, Oscar’s 72nd birthday, as the National Boricua Human Rights Network and La Respuesta coordinated the “Social Media Campaign for Oscar López.” Using various hashtags (e.g. #freeoscarlopez, #gift4oscar, #regalopaoscar) on Twitter primarily, […]

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The Campaign to Free Oscar: 2014 in Highlights

January * Oscar marks his 71st birthday, and writes to his daughter Clarisa: “I feel very comfortable with my life and in my skin. I know I chose to serve the most just and noble cause that a Puerto Rican citizen could serve. My years in prison are only the occupational hazard that the struggle […]

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Kanpay Medya Sosyal pou jou fèt Oska Lopès Rivera (Medya Sosyal)

Jou ki va 6 janvye 2015 lan, La Repuesta Magazine and National Boricua Human Rights Network (NBHRN) mande w pou ou aji nan non prizonye politik Pòtoriken ki gen plis tan nan prison, pou onore gason vabyan ki sibi plis pase 33 lane nan prison. Kanpay lan rele “Nesans yon Patriòt, Zetwal tout yon nasyon”. […]

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Campaña de medios sociales en el cumpleaños de Oscar López Rivera (versión corta)

El 6 de enero de 2015 la revista La Respuesta y Red Nacional Boricua Pro Derechos Humanos (NBHRN) hacen un llamado a la acción pro la liberación del prisionero político puertorriqueño que más tiempo lleva encarcelado, Oscar López Rivera. La campaña mundial espera conseguir 100,000 mensajes a las cuentas de Twitter del presidente y del […]

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¡ABUSADORES!

Oscar López Rivera es un preso político. En un libro, Luis Nieves Falcón, describe su lucha por liberar a Puerto Rico y su  encarcelamiento por más de  treinta años en prisiones de los Estados Unidos. ¡ABUSADORES! Lo acusaron de “conspiración sediciosa”  para derrocar al gobierno yanki, como si el pepiniano llevara en sus bolsillos par […]

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Obama in the face of Mandela’s Martyrdom

By Manuel de J. González Published: Tuesday, July 2, 2013 On June 29, 2013, U.S. president Barack Obama visited the Robben Island prison cell where Nelson Mandela was held. Although during his official visit to South Africa he couldn’t see the great leader at his hospital bedside, he did have access to the place where […]

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