Poetry and feelings for the heroes

Cinco-Heroes-1-ArturoThe emotion became into poetry, feeling and song alived the memory and put the words to the high of the dignity of Gerardo, Antonio, Fernando, Ramón and René, the Five Cuban Heroes.

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The emotion became into poetry, feeling and song alived the memory and put the words to the high of the dignity of Gerardo, Antonio, Fernando, Ramón and René, the Five Cuban Heroes.

 

Cecilia Hernández expressed proudly: “All members of the associations of people with disabilities like Cuban Association for People with Disabilities (ACLIFIM), Cuban National Association of the Deaf (ANSOC) and National Association for the Blind (ANCI) are met together to send a solidarity message to our five brothers. We will not stop of fighting and expressing the true around the world, for their free”.

 

The activist Ofelia Feitó showed the last letter received by her and sent it by Antonio Guerrero, one of the five heroes unjustly held in U.S. jails, while Tamara Arenas, worker of the Jesús Montané Oropesa University claimed a poem of Nicolás Guillén, the National Poet of Cuba, who characterizes the empire in his poem: “Yankee with your impotence”.

 

After that, other songs and poems were sung and claimed from the heart by other members and with a golden closing with the song Volverán, sung by the local troubadour Jorge Placeres finished the activity.

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Translation: Lien Fernández Sánchez


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