Example of Cuban Five Extolled in Holguin

Educators and students from the municipality of Calixto Garcia extol the Cuban Five’s example
By Roxana Hechavarría Torres / editorweb@radioangulo.icrt.cu / Tuesday, 06 September 2011 13:07

Teachers ans tudents demanded freedom for the Cuban Five. Photo - Radio JuvenilThe example of the Cuban Five was extolled during the opening event of the new school year in the municipality of Calixto Garcia, in Holguin province, for the courage shown for almost 13 years of cruel and unfair imprisonment.
Mexico / Justice for the Cuban Five

While addressing the audience, teacher Jose Sanchez Mora meant the teachers’ commitment of training the present-day generations, who are inspired on the example of the Cuban Five, their humane feelings, their love for the Homeland, solidarity, among other values present in the also called the Miami Five.

The students from the Juan Carlos Batista polytechnic school are trained in 12 different specialties, and once they graduate as technicians and skilful workers they have a post guaranteed to round up their technical training.

During the new school year that has just begun the Cuban Five activists from the municipality of Calixto Garcia will continue demanding the release of these youths, as part of the drive in favor of justice, and will welcome as well other proCuban Five’ fighters from Cuba and abroad that will share with them during the celebration of the International Colloquium to be held in Holguin province next November. / Source – Radio Juvenil / Translated by Radio Angulo

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