Coexistence Magazine Calls on “Cuba to open itself to all Cubans”

Portada del número 45 de la revista Convivencia
Cover of Issue 45 of the magazine Convivencia

With the constancy of water dripping on a stone, number 45 of the magazine  Convivencia (Coexistence) for the months of May and June has come out. Published from the Cuba’s westernmost province, the publication comes with a resounding editorial dedicated to the coming visit of Pope Francisco I to Cuba. With the premise, “Let Cuba open itself to all Cubans!” the text recalls the message of John Paul II when he touched Cuban soil in 1998.

In its usual cultural space, dedicated to art and literature,  Convivencia offers an excellent gallery, this time with the cartography of Lucy Blanco Perez, while Maikel Iglesias contributed the narrative  Diary of a Poet in Vueltabajo Mines of Matahambre, One Day After the Peace (II), and Jose H. Garrido along with Hilda E Mateau published several of his poems.

In his usual cultural space dedicated to art and literature,  Coexistence offers excellent gallery, this time with Lucy Blanco Pérez Carbografías while Maikel Iglesias from the narrative brings the  Diary of a poet in Vueltabajo .  Mine Matahambre a Day after Peace (II) and Joseph H. Garrido with Hilda E. Mateu published several of his poems.

This edition continues the approach to the work of great thinkers and presents Cuban Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda

This edition continues the approach to the work of great thinkers and presents Cuban Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda, under the signature of Hector Maseda Gutierrez. A review by one of the most outstanding figures of Cuban literature and thought.

Pedro Campos, meanwhile, is the author of an article that appeared in this issue under the title “For All The Rights of All Cubans,” and Yoandy Izquierdo

Toledo addresses the issue of “Ethics of Care” while Dagoberto Valdes, director of the publication contributes, “Manichaeism, Demonization and Paranoia: The Last Resources of Totalitarianism.”

The much appreciated Public Debate brings two texts, as always controversial, “My Call To Wake Up 20 Years Later,” by Pedro Medina, and “Transition in Cuba and Negotiation as a Means of Conflict Resolution,” by Jorge Ignacio Guillen. On the subject of economic there is an analysis by José A. Quintana on prices, wages and inflation.

Other documents, notices and recent news complement this 45 th issue of  Convivencia

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