Anniversary 60 of the Triumph of the Cuban Revolution and other ephemerides celebrated in Barbados.

Leaders of the solidarity movements with the ambassadors.

On January 1st the President of the Solidarity Movement with Cuba, David Denny and other local leaders of various progressive movements organized an activity in the town of Haynesville, Parish of St James, in Barbados, to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the Triumph of the Cuban Revolution, the 115th Anniversary of the Independence of Haiti as a victory of the Haitian Revolution, and the last day of the celebration of Kwanza that honors the legacy of African migration to America, made by force through slavery and with the enormous cost in lives with which the colonial powers erected their domination.

The Act was attended by the Minister of Foreign Trade of Barbados and congressman for that town, the Honorable Sandra Husbands and by the historic revolutionary leader Bobby Clark, the Ambassador of Venezuela, Chargé d'Affaires Álvaro Sánchez Cordero, the Designated Ambassador of the Republic of Cuba, Sergio de Jesús Jorge Pastrana, the Barbadian poet Winston Farrell, the President of the Pan Africanist Movement, Onkphra Wells, David Denny himself, president of the Movement of Solidarity with Cuba, and local leaders of a community project that has mobilized young people to motivate them through music and dance to get away from crime and drugs. The young people organized an artistic activity for the meeting in which the leaders mentioned above under the leadership of David Denny himself also spoke in turn.

The activity took place in a space of popular fraternization and all participants recognized the role of the Cuban Revolution in the process of promoting the dignity of the peoples of the Caribbean as a whole, and recalled the figures of Toussaint L'Overture, Fidel Castro and Hugo Chávez as revolutionary leaders who mark milestones of that path.