The Lights On Puerto Rico Project
We are calling on students, teachers, musicians and music lovers to join us on the making of the theme song “Lights On Puerto Rico”. This is a not for profit project to help students on the island of Puerto Rico. Our goal is to insure that we do not forget about Puerto Rico. We want to keep Puerto Rico in the conversation.
You can help by singing our theme song and recording it by cell phone and sending it to Kids Talk Radio. You can sing or play it by yourself or with a group. We will provide the support, sheet music and permissions by PDF file.
This project will give you and your group an opportunity to help put a smile on a few faces in Puerto Rico.
If you have any other ideas that might help, we setup a special websites where our students are using STEAM++ (science, technology, engineering, visual and performing arts, mathematics, computer languages and foreign languages) to keep the conversation going.
These are tough times in the USA and around the world. Maybe if we work tougher, we can make this world a better place. This project is a good first step.
Some of our students and teachers are using ideas from our Occupy Mars project technology to find creative ways to use science, technology and engineering to help Puerto Rico.
We hope you will join us and help to put a smile on a few faces
Bob Barboza, Founder/Director
Barboza Space Center
Kids Talk Radio Science
About the song: “ Light On Puerto Rico”
This song is a collaboration of Bob Barboza and Michael Vlatkovich. It was composed and arranged for the people of Puerto Rico and not for commercial purposes. You need permission to use this song. Send your email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Most people were recruited to participate in this program. We are happy to communicate with you.
November 1, 2017.
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