Radio ECOWAS opens its microphones to the Day of Cuban Culture.

Radio ECOWAS opens its microphones to the Day of Cuban Culture.

Monrovia, October 20th, 2018-, On the occasion of the celebration for the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the independence struggles, on Saturday, October 20, the Second Secretary of the diplomatic mission of Cuba in Liberia, Carmen Maury Toledo, intervened in the morning program "What's going on" from the radio station Radio ECOWAS.

Among the main questions that motivated the debate were the reason and importance of the event, the Spanish and African confluence in the genesis of Cuban nationality, the impact of the revolutionary triumph of 1959 on Cuba's cultural policy and the link between education and culture.

It was also a space to refer to the activities planned on the Caribbean island to celebrate not only the 150 years of our Bayamesa sung for the first time, but other important cultural milestones such as the 165th anniversary of the birth of the most universal of Cubans: José Martí, the Bicentennial of the founding of the San Alejandro Academy of Arts and the inclusion by UNESCO of the Cuban Point in the Representative List of Intangible Heritage of Humanity.  (CubaMinrex / EmbaCuba Liberia)

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