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A portrait of an unforgettable May 1st

May Day parade in Cuba. In the breeze the echo of slogans cheering the revolution, health for Fidel messages and the eternal gratitude to the leaders is heard. In heaven as imperishable seal, the spirit of pigeons always ready to fly freely for peace and sovereignty still prevails. In the main street of a historic town the footsteps of workers were printed they feel enthusiastic and full of initiatives so they marched to ratify their support to Cuba.

  • Written by Niurka Rivero Navarro/Translated by Daisel Lozada Fernandez
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A young May Day in Guaimaro

Guaimaro, parade by May 1. Photo: Daisel Lozada Fernandez. Why do young people parade in Guaimaro?, just quite simply because youth has always been the protagonist of the entire revolutionary work, because we are the present and the future of our nation, because it is our gift to the eternal Commander in Chief Fidel on his 90th birthday, to reciprocate the confidence that he has always had in the new generation, the same as he headed in the Centennial of the Apostle to bet on the final victory and with him the invincible independence of the country.

  • Written by Gelsy Rodriguez Rivero/Translated by Daisel Lozada Fernandez
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Educators in the forefront this May 1st

Educators on the May Day parade in Guaimaro. As nationwide, also in Guaimaro, all the educators united in the front block will show the reason why, the largest island of the Antilles, has been recognized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO ) as the one of greater index on the Development of Education, among the countries of Latin America, being also the one that most of its gross domestic product is devoted to education, with a 13 percent.

  • Written by Niurka Rivero Navarro/Translated by Daisel Lozada Fernandez
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