Radio Cadena Agramonte
Tuesday, December 12, 2017

About Cuba / Illustrious Sons


  • Cuba Pays Tribute to a Symbol of its Independence

    Cuba Pays Tribute to a Symbol of its Independence

    By Rosa María Moros Fernández/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.
    rosama@rcagramonte.icrt.cu

    When Lieutenant General Antonio Maceo y Grajales fell in action on December 7, 1896 in San Pedro, Havana, the Cuban 19th-century rebels fighting Spain lost not only a brilliant military strategist, but one of their paradigms, a man consistent with his ethical principles, not only in war but in peace.

  • Vilma Espín: The Everlasting Guerilla

    Vilma Espín: The Everlasting Guerilla

    By Raysa Mestril Gutiérrez/Radio Cadena Agramonte.
    raysa@rcagramonte.icrt.cu

    “Yes, Fidel: We are here, the women! Whether it is in the front trench or in the rearguard, we shall show you that we are a powerful strength, an authentic army at the service of the Revolution.” Vilma Espín

    Vilma was born 82 years ago in the heroic city of Santiago de Cuba. This city and the education she received made of her the everlasting guerrilla that still lives among us, because she never abandoned a cause she strongly believed in.

  • José Martí: Arm and Voice of Cuba

    José Martí: Arm and Voice of Cuba

    By Arailaisy Rosabal García / Radio Cadena Agramonte collaborator
    lasy@rcagramonte.icrt.cu

    Like almost every Cuban children, I first learned about his existence from his plaster bust at the entrance of my elementary school or from his marble statutes. Then I probably asked who was that man of reflexive eyes, whom I left flowers every morning.

  • José Martí: Legacy of All Times

    José Martí: Legacy of All Times

    By Rosa Maria Moros Fernández/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.
    rosama@rcagramonte.icrt.cu

    Approaching the unsurpassed legacy of the worldwide known Cuban National Hero, - whose birthday we recall every January 28th - always moves both intellect and spirituality, due to José Martí’s comprehensive and transcendent ideas and his long-lasting postulates.

  • Learning from Jose Marti’s Lessons

    Learning from Jose Marti’s Lessons

    By Conrado Vives Anias/ Radio Cadena Agramonte
    conrado@rcagramonte.icrt.cu

    Re-taking the study of Jose Marti’s work, though the constant reading of his thoughts is not excluded, we assess new ideas and approaches which sometimes we miss, above all in the articles he wrote as journalist.