Radio Cadena Agramonte
Monday, November 18, 2019

Opinion


  • Alicia: a legend in ballet slippers

    Alicia: a legend in ballet slippers

    By Fausto Triana / Prensa Latina

    Alicia Alonso is gone, Giselle has lost its muse.

    In her 90th anniversary, I had to cover the tributes that were held in Paris, France, a worldwide paradigm for classical ballet. Of that memory and extraordinary experience, some passages I share.

  • Ministry of the Revolutionary Armed Forces: guarantee of national integrity

    Ministry of the Revolutionary Armed Forces: guarantee of national integrity

    By Eric Pacheco Fandiño / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    For more than 20 years I belonged to an institution that today reaches its 60th anniversary, a fact that marked a milestone in Cuban military history, just nine months after the liberation of the country.

  • Rural Women in Cuba: actual heroines

    Rural Women in Cuba: actual heroines

    By Yusarys Benito Deliano / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Why, when describing yourself, do you usually think of undone nails and a bare face? And I, a city woman, contaminated with so much "civilization", see you as the heroine of the Cuban fields.

  • Cuba, friends and dignity against blockade

    Cuba, friends and dignity against blockade

    By Enrique Milanés León/Juventud Rebelde.

    As large as it is, a wall never has two equal bricks; there are always distinctive tones, so on the wall around the White House, the “spin” of 2019, which will mark the debates against blockade as it already marks them in our Cuban streets, is marked by the hardest and most stark blackmail chapter that has existed in a long time.

  • Cuban pride

    Cuban pride

    By Eric Pacheco Fandiño / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Camaguey and Bayamo are two cities to which i am linked. To the rich history that these cities treasure, which are part of the first seven villages founded by the Spaniards, which became battlefields during the wars for independence, my family is attached to.

  • Thanks, Che

    Thanks, Che

    By Yusarys Benito Deliano / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    "You are not silent because you were silenced / And not because they burn you / because they hide you underground / because they hide you / in cemeteries, forests, wastelands / they will prevent us from finding you / Che Commander, friend". (Nicolás Guillén Batista)

  • Be like Che

    Be like Che

    By Dania Díaz Socarrás / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    My son is barely three years old. He knows about Che what we have told him, not much, of course, by his age, however he declares: “Two drops of clear water / fell on my feet / the mountains cried / because they killed Che”, just as we all have done; as we repeated so many times "Pioneers for Communism, we will be like Che!", because the most important thing is that our children really know who that man was, for whom even the mountains cried.

  • Barbados crime: impotence expressed in state terrorism(+ Infographic)

    Barbados crime: impotence expressed in state terrorism(+ Infographic)

    By Pedro Paneque Ruiz / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    For those who have doubts about the criminality of the terrorist actions against Cuba deviced from the dark secret services of the United States Government, one of the most creepy arguments about such proceeding is in the blasting of a Cuban plane off the coast of Barbados, on October 6, 1976, a homicide thought and executed by employees of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), in its anything but secret war against the Caribbean nation.

  • Elderly care, priority of the Cuban Revolution

    Elderly care, priority of the Cuban Revolution

    The elderly care program is strengthened in the province of Camagüey through specialized medical assistance and the development of promotion, prevention and rehabilitation actions in Nursing Homes and Grandparents' Houses, in order to promote healthy aging.

  • Shades of blue with a dose of love distinguish Special Education in Camagüey

    Shades of blue with a dose of love distinguish Special Education in Camagüey

    Pity and resignation are not the right words to describe what you feel every day in a Cuban Special Education institution. I would rather think, and I think many do, about love, dedication and an overflow of  good feelings in the classrooms of children, adolescents and young people who receive their lessons surrounded by sweetness and also by different shades of blue.