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The cultural war along the paths of Artificial Intelligence
The cultural war along the paths of Artificial Intelligence

We Cubans face, in the field of ideas, a crusade that does not become less dangerous because it is old. If it was difficult to face it before, it is much more so now.

The peculiar army of Art Instructors (+ Post)
The peculiar army of Art Instructors (+ Post)

At such an early date for the Cuban revolution, like April 14, 1961, in the middle of the Literacy Campaign and three days after the Yankee invasion of Playa Girón began, Fidel inaugurated the first National School of Art Instructors of the country, with an enrollment of four thousand students.

Exalting images of the princely landscape
Exalting images of the princely landscape

When walking through the city these days, immersed in the bustle and merriment for the 510th anniversary of the founding of the former town of Santa María del Puerto del Príncipe, there is no escape from the need to record exalting images of the princely landscape, and so quite a few passersby do it.

Camagüey and its people: pride of 510 years
Camagüey and its people: pride of 510 years

The city grows every day with the hearts and work of its people; So much so, that in its streets, buildings and public spaces in general, locals have written a good part of their lives and profess infinite love for a place that, even thousands of kilometers away, occupies an indelible part of memories and passions.

A building that exalts justice in Camagüey (+ Photos)
A building that exalts justice in Camagüey (+ Photos)

The year was 1749 and the Jesuit Order raised a sum not much higher than 50 thousand pesos with the commitment to build a school in Camagüey, completed eight years later, while they finished another in Havana.

Manners are no coincidence
Manners are no coincidence

Curse words have become fashionable: in some songs (yes that's what you can call them); They are in the mouths of children and even older people who get on a bus or stand in line. There are those who see it as something normal, even without realizing it they hum lyrics that should not even be pronounced.

The events at the Villanueva Theater, another patriotic torch
The events at the Villanueva Theater, another patriotic torch

On January 22, 1869, a little more than three months after the beginning of the first war of independence in the eastern countryside of Cuba, a brave act carried out by Creole artists at the Villanueva Theater in Havana, highlighted patriotism and the love of freedom of the children of this land.

Yurislenia in the sky with sunflowers
Yurislenia in the sky with sunflowers

There is certain news that arrives in reverse and, since we do not have the agenda of our lives prepared for it, it is more difficult for us to accept, digest, write... It is assumed, for example, that young journalists are the ones who say goodbye to old colleagues with their chronicles. that they leave, so, when Yurislenia Pardo Ortega has just died at just 35 years old and with two little daughters to raise, one is confirmed in the idea that not only does she know very little about journalism, but that journalism itself is sometimes not enough to understand life.

Cuba for strengthening its socialist model in 2024
Cuba for strengthening its socialist model in 2024

We reach a new year, 2024, in full independence, sovereignty and freedom, which validates the revolutionary triumph of January 1, 1959, already on its 65th anniversary, after overcoming great obstacles contained in the actions against the Cuban nation coming from the enemy government of the north.

Agramonte, heart of Camagüey
Agramonte, heart of Camagüey

Today he is the heart of the city. If you walk it you will find it very close to the center, in the park that bears his name, which everyone mentions over and over again, or in his Birthplace from when he was born and was not yet El Mayor, from when he lived later.

Ignacio Agramonte and the star that shines and kills
Ignacio Agramonte and the star that shines and kills

Ignacio Agramonte Loynaz saw the light of day for the first time in a stately town on December 23, 1841, 182 years ago, during a Christmas that seemed to predict a happy and peaceful existence for him in Santa María del Puerto del Príncipe (current Camagüey), but that newborn He would have a very different destiny when years later he decided to dedicate himself to the independence of his country by wearing the star that illuminates and kills.

The United States and human rights, who will be held accountable?
The United States and human rights, who will be held accountable?

The United States promotes the accountability of others for human rights; however, a simple analysis of its recent history indicates it as a country with chronic illnesses and among the main violators.