Radio Cadena Agramonte
Thursday, January 28, 2021

Opinion / Opinion


  • Amalia earned a place in History

    Amalia earned a place in History

    By Dania Díaz Socarrás / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    "Amalia Simoni Argilagos, Cuban aristocrat and military woman, Ignacio Agramonte's wife." This is how the much-consulted Wikipedia digital platform presents her, a precise example of how to deconstruct a symbol. That, I assure you, is not our Amalia. 

  • The great Lenin

    The great Lenin

    By Ernesto Estévez Ramos / Granma.

    In describing the events of the October Revolution, John Reed, in the prologue to his extraordinary work Ten Days That Shook the World, recounts the forces that were fighting for power, in the midst of a rising Revolution.

  • Science running through her veins

    Science running through her veins

    By Arailaisy Rosabal García / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    When Niuvis graduated in Microbiology from the University of Havana in 2008, she was faced with a tremendous dilemma: accept the tempting job offer at the Pedro Kourí Institute of Tropical Medicine, or return to her native Camagüey, where she had a home and family waiting for her. Nor is it that geographic fatalism has played such a trick on her. "If I had the possibility of working in a biotechnology center, which is, in short, the dream of every biologist and microbiologist, why assume the sacrifice of a rent and family separation". 12 years after that decision, there is not the slightest regret.

  • Biden's challenges

    Biden's challenges

    There are only a few days left before U.S. President-elect Joe Biden takes office as White House chief executive, and his team must be working hard to address the major issues to be inherited from his predecessor, Donald Trump.

  • The devil's earnings

    The devil's earnings

    2020 was a very difficult year, with serious losses for almost everyone when it comes to health, social, political and economic terms, except, of course for the industrial and commercial/for-profit pharmaceutical consortiums that made huge profits from the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Elections in times of COVID 

    Elections in times of COVID 

    Several Latin American countries will hold important elections during 2021, which will be potentially shaped by the outcomes of the COVID-19 pandemic and the discontent or indifference of the population towards the so-called "political class."

  • In 2021 we will continue making Revolution and Socialism

    In 2021 we will continue making Revolution and Socialism

    Camagüeyanos!

    We leave behind a year of great challenges and threats on all aspects, but also of victories, in which the essence of our socialist society, born of a genuine People's Revolution, endowed us with adequate moral and material tools, to face the Covid-19 pandemic and the intensified US onslaught against Cuba.

  • The power conquered and defended by women of Camaguey

    The power conquered and defended by women of Camaguey

    By Dania Díaz Socarrás / Radio Cadena Agramonte

    Camagüeyan women are empowered women since the triumph of the Cuban Revolution. Is there much to do, to achieve, especially there, at home, at the base, in the closest environments? True. But the path, the history, the political conception that we defend, favors us, and we cannot forget that.

  • The power conquered and defended by women from Camagüey

    The power conquered and defended by women from Camagüey

    Dania Díaz Socarrás / Radio Cadena Agramonte

    Local women are empowered women since the triumph of the Cuban Revolution. Is there much to do, to achieve, especially there, at home, at the base, in the closest environments? True. But the path, the history, the political conception that we defend, favors us, and we cannot forget that.

  • United by love and teaching

    United by love and teaching

    By Gladys Dailyn Morera Cordero / Radio Cadena Agramonte

    They hold hands with elegance, affection and complicity; it is a sign of the support, trust and pride they feel for each other. Almost half a century in love and profession share Olga Lidia Núñez Rodríguez and Ángel Luis Gómez Cardoso. She, director of the Camagüey Center for Diagnosis and Orientation; he, a professor at the Ignacio Agramonte y Loynaz University.