Che Guevara, a Paragon for Latin America

By Adary Rodríguez Pérez  / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

When you invite today’s youth in Latin America to think about a paragon many will mention Che Guevara.

Cuba, where Childhood Does Matter

By Dayana Cardona González / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

Children are the future of this world, that's why day to day, mothers, fathers, everyone within the family is doing everything possible so that they can ...

Operation Carlota in the Heart of a Veteran Combatant

By Alex López Almaguer/Radio Cadena Agramonte.

Complex and diverse missions have been taken on by Camaguey-resident vet Albio Bermúdez González. Among the ones he remembers best is the one he did in Africa where ...

José Martí: An Everlasting Paradigm of our America

By Indira López Karell/Radio Cadena Agramonte

From a very young age and driven by “the star that enlightens and kills”, Jose Marti embodied the most elevated principles of freedom, which he defended with ideas ...

My Vote Is for Cuba

By Rosa Maria Moros Fernendez /Radio Cadena Agramonte

On a day like today, 54 years after our victory in Playa Giron (Bay of Pigs), the Cuban people will exercise the sovereign right to ...

La Avellaneda, Born in Camaguey and Forever a Cuban

By Yanais Vega Bacallao / Radio Cadena Agramonte

On a day like today but in 1822, the village of Santa María del Puerto del Príncipe [known as Camagüey city nowadays] witnessed the birth of ...

Seeing the World in Feminine

By Indira López Karell / Radio Cadena Agramonte.

The need for a greater global commitment with gender equality and the empowerment of women were recently themes of discussion at the United Nations.

Neither Sticks, nor Carrots Are enough to Defeat Cuba

By Pedro Paneque Ruiz/Radio Cadena Agramonte

There is a saying in Spanish that reads “el hombre es el único animal que tropieza dos veces con la misma piedra”, literally meaning: “man is the only ...

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 ...

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

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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. ...

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 ...

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 ...