Author Victor López’s new book “El Barrio Remembered” is a heartwarming collection of true stories reminiscent of his formative years in New York’s Spanish Harlem | News

PEMBROKE PINES, Florida., February 23, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Victor López, a longtime educator who has served as a teacher, principal of the Harbor School for Performing Arts, director of PS/MS 96, and founding member of the educational consulting group, Educators for Student Success, where he empowered New York City principals to perform at their best in their classrooms and strive to improve school effectiveness for all school stakeholders, has completed his new book “El Barrio Remembered”: a nostalgic reflection on growing up in a simpler, more innocent time in New York City.

The author writes: “These stories depict real events reflecting how teenagers dealt with the changes that occurred during these pivotal moments in our nation’s history. A new world was emerging and we were at the forefront of political changes as well as racial and gender issues.As we went through these issues of family, culture and racism, we were supported by things such as music and art as well as religion and desperately tried to hold on to our traditional values, our way through an ever-changing landscape, and we have progressed, innovated, adapted and succeeded in becoming part of the mosaic that has become New York City.”

Published by Page Publishing, Victor López’s captivating book is an entertaining collection of evocative stories for readers of all ages.

Readers wishing to discover this captivating work can purchase “El Barrio Remembered” online at Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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