April 16, 2019

From Trust to Betrayal, Power of the Puerto Rican Voice

  They say in life it’s the ones you love that hurt you the most. That accurately applies to Puerto Rico’s recovery effort after Hurricane María […]
March 21, 2019

Meeting with Ricardo Rossello @Fortaleza

None political. Soon, more details about the meeting with Ricardo Rossello. Working together for Puerto Rico…
November 19, 2018

Adriana Vazquez

Adriana said: The Classroom. The gift of knowledge can’t be taken away. Mentoring, nurturing, and inspiring our next generation shall be the mission to master. It […]
October 14, 2018

Boricuas! We Will Do Better, Because Pain brings Empowerment

They say there are two kinds of pain: the kind that hurts you, and the kind that changes you. Pain is part of life. We feel […]
September 17, 2018

Vote to Make the Impossible Happen!

Every day, Puerto Ricans in Florida and the rest of America are suffering from the effects of Hurricane Maria. Puerto Ricans are struggling to find housing. […]
July 16, 2018

Their Struggle is Ours: How Black Lives Matter and Latino Lives Matter Too!

Picture a group of kids arrested and locked up in cages, separated from their parents and locked in “age-appropriate” detention centers scattered across the Mexican border. […]
June 28, 2018

White Privilege in the Wake of Hurricane Maria

As a young lawyer, fresh out of law school, I have the passion and need to give back to the community that I am a part […]
March 23, 2018

The Jones Act: The Modern Day Intolerable Act

By Mark Berrios-Ayala, Esq. The Jones Act (officially the Merchant Marine Act of 1920) is an act that every Puerto Rican should know and understand.[1] Specifically, […]
October 10, 2017

Hector Diaz Met The Governor

PROFESA and a group of Puerto Rican leaders met up with the governor to discuss ways to expedite help to our people in the island.