Radio Cadena Agramonte
Thursday, February 22, 2018


  • Cuba to the forefront by respect for the rights of women

    Cuba to the forefront by respect for the rights of women

    By Mariela Peña Seguí/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    The mere fact of being female condemns women and girls from all over the world to see violated their human rights.

  • Ballet de Camagüey: half a century of dance by excellence

    Ballet de Camagüey: half a century of dance by excellence

    By Martha Sanchez / Prensa Latina.

    Arrive at half a century of life is for the Ballet of Camaguey (BC) an opportunity for celebration and affirmation, as one of the artistic excellence in Cuba.

  • Recalling the Commander

    Recalling the Commander

    The Commander-in-Chief is no longer among us physically, but his spirit continues to illuminate the way. Their ideas live in our hearts and we will continue with his legacy: to defend the revolution and seek the understanding and solution of the problems of the planet.

  • The last vote of Fidel

    The last vote of Fidel

    Was Sunday 3 February 2013, and I was assigned the coverage of the electoral college No.1, 13, 13 Constituency, Plaza of the Revolution. Other times I had already touched that place, the electoral college of Fidel.

  • Shooting of the medical students: hate crime

    Shooting of the medical students: hate crime

    Rolando Sarmiento Ricart/ Collaborator de Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    The history written with ink and paper of colonialism Spanish in Cuba coined the facts and the punishment of eight students, shot by the alleged desecration of the tomb of Gonzalo Aguilar, director of the newspaper The Voice Of Cuba, idol of the Volunteer Corps of Havana; but the almost child and adolescent medical students were killed for attempting to shut down the longing for freedom of the youth of the island.

  • Cuban Student Holiday

    Cuban Student Holiday

    In remembrance to a group of young Czechoslovak protagonists in 1939 of a heroic resistance in the streets of Prague, in order to deal with the fascist occupation, each November 17, the International Day of the student is celebrated.

  • Faces that know how to love

    Faces that know how to love

    For the first time, this 20 November marks the World Day of Children. And although more than one date International is dedicated to them; this new day, which until then celebrated the signing of the Convention on the Rights of the Child; it seeks to make them real actors, fostering intergenerational dialog and open spaces for their participation in social life.

  • As natural as life

    As natural as life

    By Arailaisy Rosabal Garcia/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    The Natural and Traditional Medicine (MNT, Cuban acronym) is the oldest known form of healing. Beyond the belief that there were deities with healing power, from the very beginning of the humanity, people have resorted to the plants, sea water, and to many other resources of nature to heal the ailments.

  • Camagüey: the challenges of a Heritage

    Camagüey: the challenges of a Heritage

    By Dania Díaz Socarrás/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    The once Town of Santa María del Puerto del Príncipe, current Camagüey, received in 2008 the good news of a part of its historic center inscribed on the list of World Cultural Heritage. Without a doubt, a recognition to be proud of, but at the same time, a challenge for those who live in this city.

  • A Square for the art

    A Square for the art

    The Plaza del Carmen (Carmen Square) is undoubtly one of the most visited places in Camagüey by villagers and tourists. The history that wraps it, the architecture and the full-scale sculptural work raised by the artist Martha Jiménez; do of this square a charming, irresistible, forced place.