Camagüey, Cuba

Martí lives in every child

This January 28, 167 years after José Martí's birthday, his imprint lives in each work of social benefit done by the Cuban Revolution, and is reborn in the smile of the thousands of children who inhabit this Island.

In addition to being an Apostle of independence, our National Hero marked a milestone as a teacher, journalist, philosopher and writer, and exceeded the borders of the time he lived to become the greatest Hispanic-American political thinker of the 19th century.

His ideas guide the people, as well as the slogan that being educated is the only way to be free, a principle implemented since the initial days of the Cuban Revolution in January 1959, when the Literacy Campaign reached every corner of the country to distribute wisdom and knowledge.

To the children, to those who know how to love because they are the hope of the world, José Martí dedicated all his efforts and energy to give them a better future, and in return, every January 28th, they play the charcters in the stories of the Golden Age, they fill the streets to rekindle their teachings and pay tribute to the most universal of Cubans. (Maykel Torres La Rosa / Radio Cadena Agramonte) (Photos: Humberto Cid González)

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