By Daylén Fenollar Alemán / Journalism Student
In September 1895, Camagüey once again harbored the legislative drive of the Cuban patriots, just as it had done on April 10, 1869, when the town of Guáimaro welcomed the birth of the first Constitution.
By Lorena Chávez Fernández / Radio Cadena Agramonte
Three new positive cases for Covid-19 once again set off the alarms in Camagüey and remind us that we are not untouchable, that the new Coronavirus haunts the streets, in search of neglection to put our health and that of our family at risk.
By Juan Mendoza Medina / Radio Cadena Agramonte.
Leader, father, artist; sensitive and country man. The Commander of the Revolution Juan Almeida Bosque died 11 years ago, but his imprint is everlasting.
By Idaylen Rodríguez and Marieli Suaid / Journalism Students.
2020 has certainly not been a good year. Covid-19 arrived just at the beginning of the year, and three months later the World Health Organization declared it a pandemic. To date, the SARS-CoV-2 virus has sickened more than 27 million people and killed more than 893,000. Also, it has deprived us of what we human beings treasure the most: contact, hugs, kisses; and is that social isolation has been key to avoid further infections.
By Gladys Dailyn Morera Cordero / Radio Cadena Agramonte
The blockade of the United States government against Cuba greatly damages communications and information technology in the Island and is also the main obstacle to allowing Cubans an adequate infrastructure to achieve greater and better access to the Internet.
By Juan Mendoza Medina / Radio Cadena Agramonte
Camagüey continues in the third phase of the post-Covid-19 recovery stage, as it is determined by the set of indicators taken into account by the Ministry of Public Health. However, given the complex panorama that several provinces are experiencing, it is necessary to reinforce individual and collective care and responsibility.
By Idaylen Rodríguez Rodríguez and Daylen Fenollar /Journalism Students.
From the beginning of the independence struggle in our country, women were present; not only in combat, but also demanding equal rights and dealing with macho prejudices in society.
There are dates that mark milestones in the history of Our America. Today, September 4, is one of those days. Like January 1, 1959, the triumph of the Cuban Revolution; or on April 13, 2002, when the Venezuelan people took to the streets and reinstated Hugo Chávez prisoner of the coup plotters in the Miraflores Palace; or on October 17, 1945, when the Argentine popular masses achieved the liberation of Colonel Perón and began to write a new page in national history.
By Jorge Enrique Fuentes Ruiz / Radio Cadena Agramonte
A few days ago I was thinking of what having a university degree means to me, which millions of young people in the world cannot even dream.
By Enrique Atiénzar Rivero / Collaborator of Radio Cadena Agramonte.
I look through the mirror of my childhood. I see the image of poverty that surrounded me. I came to the world on a patriotic date, associated with José Martí, on February 24, but in 1946, in the Las Mercedes neighborhood, a neighborhood of humble men and women from Camagüey.