Havana, June 17 (RHC)-- The Hermanos Saíz Association of Young Artists celebrates its 35th anniversary this year, and as part of activities, there is a series of debates among Young Cuban creators focused on the speech by Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro known as ‘Palabras a los Intelectuales’ ‘Words to Intellectuals’, given during Fidel’s first meeting with Cuban writers and artists in 1961 at the José Martí National Library.
Participants in the ongoing debates organized by the Hermanos Saíz Association, entitled Dialogar-Dialogar, are discussing the cultural policy of the Revolution and its role in the current circumstances.
The space serves also for the launching of three new books. The first text, by Abril publishing house, is precisely entitled ‘Palabras a los intelectuales’ and contains the full speech given by the Cuban revolution leader 60 years ago. The second book is entitled ‘Apuntes en torno a la Guerra cultural,’ by Cuban intellectual Abrel Prieto –current president of the Havana-based Casa de las Américas Cultural complex, and the third book ‘Cuba libre: la utopia secuestrada’ was written by Cuban historian Ernesto Limia –the last two by Ediciones La Luz publishing house.