NEW YORK, June 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Release from Alma Entertainment — The 57th annual Puerto Rican Day Parade displayed a wave of pride, pulsating music and marchers who shook up Fifth Avenue celebrating their heritage — along with thousands cheering along the way.
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Official International Ambassador of “Mujeres Con Poder” Laura Posada was in the elite category amongst other Honorees to the Puerto Rican community. The two late greats of Latin genre, Cheo Feliciano and Gran Combo of Puerto Rico founder Eddie Perez, the liberation of political activist Oscar Lopez Rivera, and last but certainly not least Actress, Rosie Perez.
“It was an honor to be part of the Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York!” – Laura Posada
Laura’s purpose today during the special celebration of the Puerto Rican Day Parade was to celebrate with her young daughter Paulina, to honor and nurture diversity and strengths in each man and woman. To teach them how to act on the principles we learn within ourselves and each other. To take time to appreciate our work and each other’s contributions.
“The good energy and the love of the crowd was an experience I will remember forever.” – Laura Posada
This former model and actress from Puerto Rico, is also a published author, a lawyer and philanthropist. As founder of “Clap for Change” Laura embraced not just the food and the music but the culture warmth through the parade viewing and greeting hundreds of thousands of people and by the glance she was able empower them to feel internally the strength they have within themselves.
“… It was a beautiful experience it was with my daughter Paulina, who was born in New York. It was an excellent opportunity for her to learn about her culture and traditions; it was priceless.” – Laura Posada
SOURCE Alma Entertainment