Radio Cadena Agramonte
Sunday, February 28, 2021

Opinion


  • February and Covid-19 sceanrio in Camagüey

    February and Covid-19 sceanrio in Camagüey

    By Juan Mendoza Medina / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    The last week of February has been the most complicated in Camagüey since the beginning of the presence of Covid-19 in Cuba, almost a year ago.

  • Freedom or Death: February 24th, 1895

    Freedom or Death: February 24th, 1895

    By Pedro Paneque Ruiz / Radio Cadena Agramonte

    With a vibrant call resounds today, 126 years after, the shout of February 24, 1895, led by José Martí, Máximo Gómez and Antonio Maceo, restarted independence fights, under the firm decision of freedom or death, whose definitive culmination was conquered on January 1st, 1959, by the Rebel Army of Fidel Castro.

  • Breaking contagion, a duty of all

    Breaking contagion, a duty of all

    Maceo Street in the city of Camagüey seldom remains empty. Delimited by two popular squares, it is one of the main arteries of the province, due to commercial, gastronomic, tourist and cultural services.

  • Cuba means independence

    Cuba means independence

    By Dania Díaz Socarrás / Radio Cadena Agramonte

    A war cry that accompanies peace has been heard again in these days more than usual: Independence or death.

  • INDER reaches 60th anniversary

    INDER reaches 60th anniversary

    By Daily Sánchez / Taken from the Blog Patria y Amor

    That the National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation ( Inder ) turns sixty this February 23 is a tremendous joy for those of us who love sports. No one can deny that, since its founding, the path began to have a true sports movement with an inclusive philosophy, and not just talented athletes.

  • Med students contribute to saving lives

    Med students contribute to saving lives

    Cuba is one of the few countries where active research efforts, from the primary level of care, have contributed to controlling and reducing the impact of epidemiological events of any kind.

  • Almeida, I remember you

    Almeida, I remember you

    By Dania Díaz Socarrás / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    It was never difficult for him to be young and leave an imprint. For Lupe and for Cuba, it was impossible to forget him. Juan Almeida Bosque was 26 years old - the same age I am as I write about him, and the same age that you or any other reader probably is - when he began to live for his Homeland. 

  • Individual responsibility is the ultimate savior

    Individual responsibility is the ultimate savior

    By Dania Díaz Socarrás / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    A few months ago we applauded our doctors every night; many of us still do, because their role in this pandemic is still just as great. However, various attitudes do not correspond to the support deserved by those heroes whom we have praised so much and who are still not at home for weeks, devoted to saving, without seeing their children every day.

  • ​​​​​​​Cuba saves lives with love

    ​​​​​​​Cuba saves lives with love

    An apparent tranquility is perceived when arriving at the Centro Mixto Máximo Gómez Báez, in Camagüey; Anyone would say that, like other educational centers, activities stop there, however, in the Red Zone of the Isolation Center that they host, the vigilance of doctors, teachers and service personnel lays, behind the goal of putting a brake on the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Fake news: Maine and Cuban independence

    Fake news: Maine and Cuban independence

    By Edel Blanco Duarte / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    "A lie repeated a thousand times becomes a truth." Joseph Göbbels

    Mass media employees have always had the duty to report the truth, but there are those who forget this golden rule of Journalism and distort reality, regardless of the consequences of their actions.