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Homage to Martí in Ciego de Avila’s Schools

The homage to José Martí multiplies these days in the educational institutions of Ciego de Avila, where students participate in workshops, exhibitions, special matinees and, most enjoyed by the little ones, dramatizations of stories from the book La Edad de Oro (The Golden Age).

Gladys Ruiz Marrero, deputy director of Education in Ciego de Avila, informed that students and teachers visit museums and the Brigadier José Ambrosio Gómez Cardoso Provincial Historical Archive, where they delve into the essence of the Martians, those that constitute an important basis for the safeguarding of the nation.

In that sense, he added, in the Basic Secondary and Pre-University educational levels, the activities are aimed at reviewing the teachings bequeathed by the master Rafael María de Mendive to his disciples, an influence that led some of them to rise up against Spain and the most brilliant of them to write, when he was only 16 years old, that the love for the Homeland is the invincible hatred to those who oppress it.

The laying of floral offerings, the beautification of Marti’s forests and the work in school gardens are part of the tribute to the National Hero of Cuba in this province, on the eve of January 28, the 171st anniversary of his birth.

This Saturday, the students of Basic Secondary and Pre-University will participate in the March of the Torches, while the youngest will close the tribute to the Apostle with the Martiano parade, in which they will fill the streets dressed as the characters of the book The Golden Age, among them, Nené traviesa, Bebé and Mr. Don Pomposo, Meñique and the Black Doll.

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