Hoy, más que nunca, cuando la República Dominicana esta bajo fuego y personas se han levantado contra ella, necesitamos exaltar y respaldar la labor y el aporte de los dominicanos a este Estado y la Ciudad de New York.
Por tal motivo el Senador Rev. Rubén Díaz junto a los Asambleístas Marcos Crespo, Luis Sepulveda y Michael Blake invitan a la celebración del “Abrazo Dominicano en New York.”
“ABRAZO DOMINICANO IN NEW YORK” TO HONOR THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Senator Rubén Díaz announces the “Abrazo Dominicano Banquet” in recognition of the achievements and contributions of the Dominican community to the State and City of New York.
The “Abrazo Dominicano in New York” (A Dominican Embrace in New York), is a free annual banquet for 500 people, sponsored by Senator Rubén Díaz together with Assembly Members Marcos A. Crespo, Luis Sepulveda and Michael Blake. This event will take place this Friday, July 24, 2015 from 7:00PM at Maestro's Caterers located at 1703 Bronxdale Avenue, Bronx, New York.
This past weekend, the streets of the City of New York was filled with parades: on Saturday, Brooklyn’s homosexual community celebrated their pride with a parade in Park Slope, and on Sunday, the Puerto Rican community celebrated their pride by marching on Fifth Avenue.
Now it is time for the Evangelical Christian Churches of New York’s Christian Parade, which has taken place in “El Barrio,” the heart of the Hispanic community, for more than 50 years.
You should know that I am still in the hospital, incommunicado and out of touch, as I recuperate from knee replacement surgery – but I am breaking my silence to let everyone know about this year’s Morrison Avenue Family Festival that will be held on Saturday, August 18th.
You should also know that the Morrison Avenue Family Festival is a day when families from all over the Bronx and New York City can come to enjoy a day of free music, free entertainment, free popcorn and cotton candy, free inflatable moon bounces and many games for the children.
I'd like to invite you all to bring your children - ages 1 through 9 - to join us on Saturday, January 8th at 12noon for our Three Kings Celebration at PS 5 located on 149th Street and Jackson Avenue. The first 500 children who attend will receive a backpack filled with school supplies and a toy.on Saturday
New York State Senate Puerto Rican and Latino CaucusChair: Senator Ruben DiazPublic Hearing: The State of the Latino Women EntrepreneursPlace: Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, 234 East 144th Street, Auditorium, Bronx, New YorkTime: 10:00 AM to 1:00 PMMedia Contact: Ralph Morales (718) 991-3161
Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz, Chairman of the New York State Senate Puerto Rican/Latino Caucus and the New York Hispanic Clergy Organization, is extending an invitation to a demonstration of solidarity against the racial abuse of Mexicans and immigrants in Staten Island.
The Ministers and Legislators will meet on the corner of Castleton Avenue and Simonson Place, in Staten Island, on Monday, August 9, 2010 at 11:30 a.m., where they will walk four blocks to the St. Phillips Baptist Church, located on 77 Bennett Street in Staten Island, to meet with Rev. Tony Baker, Sr.
Cano Estremera, Héctor Tricoche and Oro Sólido are some of the bands that will participate in the Morrison Avenue Festival in the Bronx.
This festival, which is being sponsored by the Hispanic Federation, Bronx Borough President, Rubén Díaz, Jr., Assemblyman Marcos Crespo, and community leader Luis Sepulveda, will be held on: Date: Saturday, August 21, 2010
New York State Senate Majority Leader Pedro Espada, Jr. will join State Senator Ruben Diaz, Sr., Chair of the State Senate's Committee on Aging at a press conference to be held in front of 1400 Benson Street in The Bronx, on Thursday July 22, 2010 at 12 noon.
The building is the scene where a 79 year-old woman was raped this past Monday July 18, 2010 as she came home from a trip. Senator Diaz brought the incident to public attention yesterday July 20th, and his remarks were published in today's edition of El Diario La Prensa. Senator Diaz had remarked, that "...not even children nor our senior citizens feel safe in this our City."