Look at me, mother, and for your love do not cry: If slave of my age and my doctrines Your martyr heart filled with thorns, Think that they are born among thorns flowers. This is how José Martí expresses himself in his famous poem To my Mother, written on August 28th , 1870, when… Continue Reading »
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“In my backpack I would take the Cuban people, the best thing Cuba has is its people,” said René González, Hero of the Republic of Cuba, in the debate held at the Fuel Company, CUPET, in the city of Matanzas, As part of the youth project Cuba in my backpack.
With special morning, made on January 27 in schools in the territory, the matanceros pioneers paid homage to the Cuban National Hero Jose Marti, a few hours to commemorate the 164th anniversary of his birth.
Transferring José Martí to this historical time and achieving the full identification of the youngest with such a paradigmatic figure constitutes the purpose of the Martiano Youth Movement (MJM) in Matanzas, in greetings to the 164th anniversary of the birth of the Master.
More than three thousand young matanceros will participate today in the March of the Torches in the city of Matanzas, informed Yosiris Barreto, official of the Union of Young Communists (UJC) in the territory.