Youth for Human Rights to the rhythm of Conga Caliente!

Youth for Human Rights to the rhythm of Conga Caliente!
On Sunday, November 4, Conga Caliente @conga_Caliente was held, a festival with 15 years of tradition in the city of Tampa Bay area.
We have the presence of great artists like @JohnnyVentura1, @AymeeNuviola, @MamboLebrom among other wonderful artists who, between salsa and merengue, cheered us up. We had first class music, good food an afternoon of pleasant climate that allowed us all to take part in this party and dance, parents, children and grandparents, shared in Al Lopez Park.
The Latin flavor put everyone to dance, and form dancers couples on wheels among the audience in perfectly synchronized with the sound of salsa, to delight all the audience present.
Among the festivities, Youth for Human Rights was introduced to more than 3,000 people for the first time their 30 Human Rights, with smiles, curiosity and grateful to know that we are there to help more and more the great Latino community of Tampa.
Human Rights No. 29: RESPONSIBILITY. “We have duties towards other people, and we must protect their rights and freedoms.”
“Happiness lies in engaging in worthwhile activities. But there is only one person who for certain can tell what will make you happy-oneself. L. Ronald Hubbard.
Go to / and know your Human Rights. You have the right to know.

Dinesh Taylor

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