Humanist vocation of Cuban community project recognized

Havana, April 24 (Prensa Latina) Cuban and foreign intellectuals today recognized the humanist vocation of the Cabildo Quisicuaba Sociocultural Project, focused on social reintegration and community work.

During a visit to the headquarters of that association in the Los Sitios neighborhood, in the capital´s municipality of Centro Habana, the president of the cultural institution Casa de las Américas, Abel Prieto, highlighted the scope and work that Quisicuaba carries out in more than 30 social programs for vulnerable people, with emphasis on street dwellers.

Prieto enjoyed the pre-premiere of the work Comunidad, by the National Folklore Ensemble of Cuba, accompanied by the Casa de las Américas Prize Jury.

Likewise, the Minister of Culture Alpidio Alonso recognized the deeply cultural work that Quisicuaba does, distinguished in 2022 with the National Community Culture Award.

Alonso highlighted the unity, cohesion and integration of efforts to carry out the revolutionary process, despite the United States blockade against Cuba.

For his part, the Guatemalan writer Arturo Arias stated that this is the most exciting visit to the Cuban capital since his arrival, “because of the human energy, the dynamics and the fact of sharing with people.”


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