The Cuban Five
More than 200 activists between cybernauts and bloguers from 28 countries championed on Monday the achievement of effective strategies in social networks, strategies that can contribute to promote, in a better way, the freedom of the five Cubans condemned in the United States.
The cause of Gerardo Hernandez, Fernando Gonzalez, Antonio Guerrero, Ramon Labañino and Rene Gonzalez, fighters unfairly condemned for preventing terrorist actions against their people, was defended once again at the 2nd International Workshop of Social Networks and Alternative Media.
The Cuban edition of the book, the first to have been released in Spanish, was already presented at the 3rd International Conference for World Balance held January in Havana.
The initiative, organized by the Cuban Cycling Federation (FCC) and the Cuban Friendship Institute (ICAP), includes the participation of cyclists from different Cuban provinces.
The race will have five stages identified with the names of the five Cuban anti-terrorists: Antonio, Fernando, Gerardo, Ramon and Rene, FCC spokesperson Pedro Gonzalez told ACN news agency.
“The five Cubans were defending their country, an independent and sovereign nation, which has its own history. I ask you to read the petition for their immediate release,” Tereshkova told Obama in a video published on Saturday, as part of the international solidarity campaign for the Five.
Gerardo Hernandez, Fernando González, Antonio Guerrero, René González and Ramón Labañino, known as the Cuban Five, must keep representing a symbol of courage and fighting for their convictions and interests, said the heroine of the Soviet Union in her message, which was sent to the Five via the Internet.
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