Radio Cadena Agramonte
Monday, October 21, 2019

Opinion


  •  What Jose Marti Left for Us All

    What Jose Marti Left for Us All

    By Indira López Karell / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Today the ideas of Jose Marti –a man revered by all Cubans- acquire new relevance among the residents in the city of Camaguey, 162 years after his birth.  

  • The Day Cubans Decided Whether to Be Fee or Martyr

    The Day Cubans Decided Whether to Be Fee or Martyr

    On a day like today, we Cubans mark a new anniversary of Granma cabin cruiser landing and the resumption of struggles for the definitive independence of the people of Cuba.

  •  Gender-related Violence in the Cuban Popular Music

    Gender-related Violence in the Cuban Popular Music

    By Indira López Karell / Radio Cadena Agramonte

    Over the years, Cuba has been the cradle of the most varied musical genres, nowadays considered to be a patrimony of humankind. Besides, the island nation has been a fertile ground from where flagship musical themes have been written and conquered the world causing on audiences the most versatile feelings.

  • The World Caught between Ebola and War

    The World Caught between Ebola and War

    By Rolando Sarmiento Ricart/Colaborador.

    The United States acts as if this country owned the world, taking its war on terror everywhere with the complicity of extremist mercenaries who destabilize governments that do not represent the interests of the Empire, like once were Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya. Today, under the pretext of destroying the Islamic State (EI), they are launching air strikes against Syria without the consent of neither the government or the people of this Arab country.

  • National Congress on History Begins in Camagüey

    National Congress on History Begins in Camagüey

    By Mariela Peña Seguí / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    With the attendance of prominent scholars, among whom are the National History Award winners Eduardo Torres Cuevas, Francisca López Civeira, Olga Portuondo, Pedro Pablo Rodríguez and Ibrahim Hidalgo, the city of Camagüey hosts the 21st National Congress on History where discussions on matters of great interest are being held.

  • A Good Present for St. Valentine's Day

    A Good Present for St. Valentine's Day

    By Jessica Castillo Nápoles/Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Every year people around the world observe national or religious holidays; sometimes they turn into festivities of international transcendence. This is what happens in the case of St. Valentine's Day, also known in Latin America as Day of Love and Friendship.

  • This Will Keep on Being a Revolution of the Young

    This Will Keep on Being a Revolution of the Young

    By Yurislenia Pardo Ortega/Radio Cadena Agramonte

    The youth is one of the best stages in life, it is time to found, evolve, prepare for the future, give and believe. The youth is the most dynamic and evolving element of all societies.

  • Biofactory in Camagüey Fosters Cuba’s Agricultural Development

    Biofactory in Camagüey Fosters Cuba’s Agricultural Development

    By Alex López Almaguer/Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    With the assistance of a group of technicians and professionals who work in the Biofactory of Camaguey, this Cuban province maintains a steady growth in the production of vitroplants.

  • Chávez Is Born Everyday

    Chávez Is Born Everyday

    By Tay Toscano Jerez/Radio Cadena Agramonte

  • Venezuelan Students Ratify their Commitment with Chávez’ Ideas

    Venezuelan Students Ratify their Commitment with Chávez’ Ideas

    By Yamylé Fernández Rodríguez / Radio Cadena Agramonte.The “Carlos J. Finlay” University of Medical Sciences in the city of Camagüey is one of the institutions in Cuba where one can see how Latin American integration -fostered by late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez- becomes a reality. Ther…