Argentina to Open University Chairs on Fidel Castro's Legacy

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Two University Departments, one in Buenos Aires and another one in Cordoba will deepen in the thoughts and legacy of historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro when they are inaugurated on March 9 and 10.

The initiative emerged from the resolution of the most recent continental Movement to Alba -Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas -Trade Treaty of the Peoples (ALBA-TCP) to create in all countries of that block the professorship Fidel Castro in all countries belonging to the organizatin.

The province of Cordoba will be the first selected for that project, on March 9, where it will be presented at the Clinic Che Guevara, and the documentary Forever Fidel will be screened.

One day after, at the amphitheater Eva Peron, of the Association of Workers of the State, a second chair will session from April to July.

At the presentation will attend two outstanding Cuban fighters, Marilin Peña of the Center of Popular Education Martin Luther King and Yohanka Leon del Rio, from the Philosophy Faculty of the University of Havana.

The program of the chair will focus on highlighting the legacy of Fidel, from the influence that National Hero Jose Marti had on the Cubans' Commander in Chief.

The program includes a review of the revolutionary genesis that led to the triumph of the revolution on January 1, 1959, the importance he gave to internationalism and the antimperialist and anticapitalist definitios, as well as his historic relation with Argentinean-Cuban guerrilla, Ernesto Che Guevara.

Militants of popular and social organizations as well as interested persons are allowed to attend. It will be free of charge and at the end of the four-month period diplomas will be given to participants, organizers announced.

Last modified onWednesday, 08 March 2017 08:05

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