Mayabeque, Cuba: Many were the dreams of José Marti during his short but fruitful life. All aimed at the well-being of his people, whom he always wanted to see free from exploitation, racism and inequalities.
It is a privilege for San Nicolás, in just the center of the José Marti Park there is the original bust of the Master, made by Pinar del Río sculptor Gilma Madera Valiente, who among others made the one who is placed in the Turquino Peak.
Havana: President Miguel Díaz-Canel evoked today the Independence and anti-imperialist ideals of José Martí, on occasion of the 168 anniversary of the birthday of the Cuban National Heroe, Prensa Latina reports.
Mayabeque, Cuba: Today, January 28th, 168 years of José Martí birthday, the man of all times and of each latitude, Cubans homage those purest values he professed in life, which are still more alive than ever.
José Julián Martí Pérez, the most universal of all Cubans, is always present in each of the actions of the men of these times, since his legacy remains valid today in current and future generations.
In his journalistic works, speeches, letters and other works, José Martí alluded on many occasions to the meaning he gave to the word homeland.
Like a light that shines brightly in the memory of all Cubans, this is how we remember the Apostle on his anniversary, José Martí of America, of the world.
Mayabeque, Cuba: Several activities are prepared in the educational centers of San José de Las Lajas to preserve the validity of the ideas of the Apostle José Martí.
Much of José Martí is being discussed these days in Cuba and not only because it is January and the almanac refers to 28.
In January 1891 a new issue of the New York Illustrated Magazine appeared. A monthly publication in Spanish published in that city by the Panamanian Elías de Losada.