We could talk to Caridad Alemán Medina at the local Imagen Museum where it was inaugurated a photographic exhibition about that radio station through it can be watched some imagines of the nine decades of its workers, other anniversaries, as well as related scripts and recordings.
“Even though there cannot be a big celebration due to the current new Coronavirus issue, the workers of that radio station dedicate the related commemoration to the 505 Anniversary of the foundation of Santiago de Cuba Village of Cuba by offering a program reflecting the people´s interests, its worries and demands.” She pointed out.
“Our radio station has a precious history linked to the last liberating event of the nation, and many of its workers were part of the July 26th Movement, so they were repressed by Fulgencio Batista´s pro-Imperialist dictatorship. Moreover, the unforgettable comrades Gloria Cuadras, Argelio Vistel Powel, Ruperto Pérez López, Noel Pérez and Armando Núñez were among those unforgettable comrades.” She said.
“The scenery of import historical events linked to Radio Rebelde and the Commander of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz, CMKC Radio Revolución station had Che Guevara before its microphones and it houses the related pictures on that event. “The director, Caridad Alemán Medina, highlighted in the middle of the joy for that radio date.
By Sergio Martínez Martínez