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Raven Wilkinson fought racism

On December 17, at the age of 83, ballet icon Raven Wilkinson, the first black woman to sign a contract with a major company, passed away

The best policy, the most revolutionary in the field of culture

From the very taking of power in January 1959, Comandante en Jefe Fidel Castro was fully aware that the transformations that had to be undertaken in the country entailed not only urgent changes to the economic and social reality

Mama Ruth, icon of the anti-apartheid struggle

On August 9, 1956, Ruth Mompati led more than 20,000 women of diverse ethnicities in a protest march against the Pass laws established by the racist apartheid regime

36TH FESTIVAL OF FIRE

Drums and much more in the center of the Caribbean

An exposition and day of discussion on funerary traditions in Jamaica, Brazil and Cuba serve as an impressive demonstration of the broad range of points of view on popular religiosity in the Caribbean Basin

55 YEARS SINCE FIDEL’S WORDS TO INTELLECTUALS

Culture in Revolution

In June of 1961, Fidel gave a speech which became known as his ‘Words to Intellectuals,’ rightly considered a foundational element of revolutionary Cuba’s cultural policy

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

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

Taibo II: An activist writer

Casa de las Américas dedicates its Author Week to the Mexican author

 

An bonfire of poetry and memory

Poets from Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Argentina, Colombia and Ecuador, alongside their Cuban counterparts, closed the Jesús Cos Causse International Poetry Encounter at the Caguayo Foundation headquarters