Vilma Espín Guillois, a woman made Revolution

Eighty-seven years on April 7 was Vilma Espín Guillois, a santiaguera from the plain and mountain who soon identified herself as a bulwark in the struggle for independence.

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Always a guerrilla

For some time the use of cell phones is a constant in the lives of Cubans and to There are men who protect a family and are good, there are those who give all for something in return, but the real men are those who, without obtaining rewards, fight for their people with dreams of justice. That is the case of Ernesto Guevara, an Argentinean who entered the heart of the Cubans and today lives more than ever in the soul of the revolutionaries who thank their victories.

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"Silvia: a woman on the radio."

When I finished writing these lines today, I thought ... "My classmates will tell me, you're earning the Chief." But, my respect and admiration for women like this who works on the radio inspire me.

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Mella does not die

"The struggle against imperialism of all forces and tendencies is the most important struggle at the present time ...”

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Women

Josefa gives birth to the earth, Marlie directs a cloister of university professors where you breathe. History, Olguita channels veins to patients, Encarnación for its part, writes, Selene battles with letters and Ivis with statistics, Lupe teaches art in a primary school and Eylin is about to finish high school.

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Chavez is still present in Venezuela

I was searching in my personal files for some interesting data to recall the ideals of Eternal Commander Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías in the context of the fourth anniversary of his physical disappearance on March 5.

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A voice on the field

Nelson de la Rosa: The first time I played a baseball game was here at Nelson Fernandez Stadium, working for radio station Camoa, in a game for the provincial series of baseball a few years ago.

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King of Repentismo of Dance Music in Cuba visited the County City of Jaruco

Last Saturday, the outstanding singer-songwriter Cándido Fabré made the Jaruqueña night a true spectacle, as it is customary to perform in each of his presentations.

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Sheena in Caraballo

The traditional festivals in the Popular Council of Caraballo, made last weekend, welcomed the participation of young artists who recently began their professional career.

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I thank to Fidel must be a professional in the service of Meteorology

When I arrived at this radio station to work as a reporter, colleagues investigated about Jaruqueños who at one point in their life were close to Fidel Castro, knowing that one of them is the Doctor of Science, Jose Rubiera I was prepared to interview him.

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Making science from the economy

The economic management is one of the activities that stand out in the scientific work in Jaruco. To get closer to that reality, I had the pleasure of talking to Carmen Paez Llerena, president of the National Association of Economists of Cuba, ANEC in the municipality.

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We will never fail the Revolution

Cubans, Jaruqueños, 2016 ends and behind we leave an intense year, lived with some moments that have tried once more our race, and our convictions.

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"Fidel forever"

“Fidel, es inmortal. Fidel es Fidel. Hasta la victoria siempre Comandante. Pa’lo que sea Fidel, pá lo que sea.” "These and many other phrases are dedicated to the Historical Leader of the Cuban Revolution these days, after his physical disappearance, last November 25th.

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Fidel, in the lens of my camera

IMG 20161202 100012Cuban photographer, who holds the Valor Medal Antonio Maceo, granted in 1985, for his photo reporting to the explosions of the Polvorín, in Tapaste, once province of Havana. Journalist who participated in the war of Angola, 1988-1989, and Ethiopia, in September of 1989, reporting for the Cuban press. He was awarded with several prizes at festivals and competitions of the Union of Journalists of Cuba, (UPEC), and the press written in Mayabeque. Carlos Reinaldo Cánovas Caso is a man who through the lens of his camera captures reality in image and gives the world his art and professionalism.

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Fidel on Radio Jaruco

The producer's team of programs of this radio station, goes and retrace by the History of Cuba, in these days of pain to offer to the hearing the great work of the Revolution that commanded its historical leader Fidel Castro.

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