From home and to celebrate the 63rd Anniversary of Radio Cadena Agramonte, the National Radio Prize and founder of the Camagüey radio station César Arredondo, offers this chronicle about his stay in this province and his work as a broadcaster.
By Loipa Araujo Hernández / Radio Cadena Agramonte.
Since I began to study the History of Cuba, I immediately understood that my family is 100% bound to it, since me and my relatives were born in historic dates.
By Eric Pacheco Fandiño / Radio Cadena Agramonte
I was barely 10 years old when I witnessed the impressive demonstration of popular mourning before the death of the Vietnamese leader Ho-Chi-Min, an event that remains among my memories, which, together with the posthumous tribute to Che in October 1967, definitely consolidated my patriotic and internationalist education received in the family.
By Gladys Dailyn Morera Cordero / Radio Cadena Agramonte.
"I have faith in human kindness, in future life, in the wotrth of virtue and in you." This is what José Martí says to his son in the Ismaelillo poetry book that he dedicates to him. And before his death he writes "Be Fair".
By Juan Mendoza Medina / Radio Cadena AgramontAgramonte.
The Covid-19 pandemic has distanced many families. Some of its members remain in other countries, without being able to return to their homeland.
By Dayessi García Sosa / Radio Cadena Agramonte .
There are so many nurses worthy of recognition and applause! Luckily, there are initiatives such as "My encounter with history", a noble project that brings together the retirees of that union in Camagüey to transmit their experiences to new generations, and thus continue to feel useful.
By Dayessi García Sosa / Radio Cadena Agramonte.
When nature created mothers, it endowed us with an incredible capacity, with an unparalleled ability to face troubles and find solutions.
By Juan Carlos Díaz Guerrero / PL
The recognition of Cuba's internationalism in the field of health reaches universal dimensions when the world today faces the worst health crisis in just over a century, with the Covid-19 pandemic.
By Ricardo de la Paz Cervantes / Radio Camagüey.
Applause is already habitual in many neighborhoods of Cuba in recognition of the work carried out by Health personnel in confronting coronavirus.
By Dania Díaz Socarrás / Radio Cadena Agramonte.
Every May Day, the Square of Revolution Mayor General Ignacio Agramonte y Loynaz, in the city of Camagüey, is filled with people committed to the flags waving in their hands. Anthems, marches, slogans are seen everywhere.