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The world must look upon Africa with reverence and shame

Stated Cuban Minister of Culture, Abel Prieto during the closing ceremony of the International Scientific Committee sessions - Volume IV of the General History of Africa, a project sponsored by UNESCO

Those who make Cuban music honored

A group of respected Cuban musicians were awarded the National Culture Distinction last night, May 17, in a ceremony at Havana's José Martí memorial, attended by Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, Political Bureau member and first vice president of the Councils of State and Ministers

A call for peace during Jazz Festival in Havana

“While some beat the drums of war, right here, right now, and in many places only the drums that will be heard are those which invite us to coexistence and solidarity, to harmony and understanding,” stated Cuban poet, Miguel Barnet, upon inaugurating the concert

Words at the ready

For Fidel, the press always was, is, and will be, a natural medium, a space where ideas are conveyed. His mark on Cuban journalism is remarkable and fundamental

An intimate portrait of a giant

The photographic exhibition Fidel: An Intimate Portrait was inaugurated in Havana’s Casa del Alba Cultural this August 1st, including more than a dozen images captured by his son, Alex Castro

Finding meaning in a commemoration

One of the most infamous pages of history, the slavery to which women, men and children from the African continent were subjected for centuries, only ended in Cuba in 1886, long after the majority of territories of the Western Hemisphere

Two emblematic Cuban artists in race for 2017 Grammys

The albums Tribute to Irakere: Live in Marciac, by Chucho Valdés and his band The Afro Cuban Messengers, in addition to Los Van Van’s La Fantasía: Homenaje a Juan Formell, are just two of the Cuban nominations vying for a 2017 Grammy Award, the winners of which will be announced this coming February 12

The U.S. President should know that so many people can't be wrong

After announcing plans to reinforce hostile U.S. policy toward Cuba, the U.S. President should recognize the failure of his political turn-about, and that so many people can't be wrong, if he takes into consideration the condemnations generated by his reactionary statements, on the island and beyond