Radio Cadena Agramonte
Thursday, December 14, 2017

Opinion


  • 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.

  • The future is now

    The future is now

    By Granma

    A country that protects its children is preparing the future, and Cuba has made the rights of boys and girls a priority since the triumph of the Revolution in 1959.

  • Cuba joins Caribbean nations in multi-destination tourism

    Cuba joins Caribbean nations in multi-destination tourism

    By ACN

    The new scenario that is emerging in the so-called leisure industry in Cuba has reinforced the strategy of turning the Caribbean into a multi destination, as an integrated tourism offer, where more than competing, economies are intertwined in search of the best fruits.

  • Cuban education: A Revolutionary achievement

    Cuban education: A Revolutionary achievement

    Granma

    1959 marked a watershed in Cuban history. Tyranny had left an unsavory legacy across all spheres of society including education: of a population of five and a half million, 23.6% people over the age of 15 were illiterate.

  •  Vilma Espín, a Role Model for Cuban Women

    Vilma Espín, a Role Model for Cuban Women

    By María Esther Mora Abad/Granma
    Vilma Espín Guillois, born in Santiago de Cuba 86 years ago, on April 7, 1930, was characterized by her human qualities, including strong family principles, a sense of justice and condemnation of lies, banality and superficiality. Despite her comfortable background, she rejected the social situation she witnessed in Cuba, wondering, “Why are there beggars on the street?” and questioning as to how to solve the problem.

  • Cuban & U.S.Heroes in the History of Our Countries

    Cuban & U.S.Heroes in the History of Our Countries

    By Gabriel Molina Franchossi/Granma

    Cuba and the United States have for two centuries sustained a confrontation marked by the imperial appetites of successive administrations in the powerful northern country. Nonetheless, there are plenty of examples of relations between the two peoples, including within their respective emancipation struggles.

  • BioCubaFarma: A globally renowned industry

    BioCubaFarma: A globally renowned industry

    By Nuria Barbosa León/Granma

    The Biocubafarma Enterprise Group makes a decisive contribution to the health of the Cuban people, developing patented strategies, technologies, products and equipment for timely detection, diagnosis and treatment of various illnesses.