Radio Cadena Agramonte
Saturday, February 24, 2018

Opinion / Opinion


  • Fidel Castro always Had Strong Links with Sports

    Fidel Castro always Had Strong Links with Sports

    By RHC

    Right fielder and former member of Cuban baseball team Luís Giraldo Casanova considered the recently deceased leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, as the best sponsor of sports in Cuba.

  • Martí in Fidel: All the Glory in the World Fits in a Kernel of Corn

    Martí in Fidel: All the Glory in the World Fits in a Kernel of Corn

    The last week of January held special significance for Cubans, and indeed for the progressive men and women around the world. This year, January 25 marked the second month since the passing of Fidel Castro on November 25, 2016, while January 28 marked José Marti’s day of birth in which Cubans pay a special tribute to his legacy.

  • Oscar Lopez Rivera: Awaiting an Embrace

    Oscar Lopez Rivera: Awaiting an Embrace

    US President Barack Obama pardoned on Tuesday Puerto Rican independence leader Oscar Lopez Rivera after being unjustly imprisoned for over 30 years.  This news multiplied with the speed of modern times.

  • 60th Anniversary of the Landing of the Granma

    60th Anniversary of the Landing of the Granma

    By RHC

    Mexico played a special role in the life of the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro. In Mexico, he put the finishing touches on the expedition to Cuba where he would wage the final battle for its true independence.

  • Alice Walker and Danny Glover: Fidel Inspired their Struggle

    Alice Walker and Danny Glover: Fidel Inspired their Struggle

    By Gloriadelys Wright Hernandez/ ACN

    The same ideals united US writer Alice Walker and actor Danny Glover with the leader of the Revolution Fidel Castro despite having been born in different countries and era.

  • Fidel Castro Ruz

    Fidel Castro Ruz

    By Granma

    Fidel Castro Ruz was born August 13, 1926 in Birán, in the former province of Oriente. His father, Angel Castro Argíz, the son of poor farmers in Galicia, was a landholder and sugarcane colonist. His mother, Lina Ruz González, was from a rural family in the province of Pinar del Río.

  • U.S. subversion against Cuba continues

    U.S. subversion against Cuba continues

    By Granma

    If you mix the same ingredients an equal number of times, the result will always be the same. However, the United States is attempting to change its Cuba policy while maintaining the same subversive recipe.

  • Children’s Health: A Reason to Condemn the US Blockade

    Children’s Health: A Reason to Condemn the US Blockade

    By Iris Armas Padrino/ACN

    Cuba’s National Hero Jose Marti said “we work for our children because they express their love and they are the hope of the world”.  This was published in Our America essay in the Illustraded Magazine of New York on January 1st, 1891.

  • What September 11 has left us

    What September 11 has left us

    By Granma

    September 11 is just another box on the calendar. But history has been responsible for filling this space with events that mark the fate of entire peoples.

  • The fearless Haydée and Melba

    The fearless Haydée and Melba

    By Granma

    Melba Hernández Rodríguez and Haydée Santamaría Cuadrado participated in the July 26 assaults on the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes Garrisons, for which they were imprisoned.