The Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR) developed an Encounter with History at the La Ruta del Esclavo Museum in the city of Matanzas, where founders of the current organization and grassroots leaders exchanged experiences on the CDR work in line with agreements of its Eighth Congress.
These men and women of different ages and eras, including anecdotes and testimonials recalled the emergence of the CDR, close to its 54th anniversary. In their interventions manifestaronque strengthening cederista guard is vital, as well as coping with social indisplinas and other criminal activities that can not live in a society like ours.
He excelled the need to prepare new generations, successors of the work of the CDR, and work to keep the unity of the neighborhood and the family. Experiences of those early years was also told to this day and unconditional founders, leaders and follow CDR attached to the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution, Fidel Castro created on September 28th, 1960 was ratified.