"Not losing history is a responsibility of revolutionaries," considered Fernando Vecino Alegret
The pause at intervals, but firm, as a survey of memories, marked the rhythm of the dialogue held at the University of Informatics Sciences (known as UCI) between the Cuban pedagogue and fighter of Sierra Maestra, Ph.D. Fernando Vecino Alegret, and the professors and students of Faculty 2, during the History Forum.
The founder of the Ministry of Higher Education in the 1970s recalled the student struggles in Holguin and Santiago de Cuba, demonstrations where he participated actively as part of the student movement.
This knowledge, together with the debate in full control of the reality that the country lived, as well as the analysis of what happened in Moncada, he said, awakened his revolutionary spirit and identified with the ways to change that reality.
The member of July 26th Movement described the unforgettable impression caused by the death of René Ramos Latour, among other revolutionaries who were assassinated by the Batista dictatorship.
Ph.D. Vecino Alegret, who detailed the different editions of the book of his own Rebel: testimony of a fighter, denied feeling a writer, but a revolutionary.
Just when Cuba won a resounding victory at the United Nations this October 26, Ph.D. Vecino Alegret insisted on preserving the history of our nation: "Not losing our history is a responsibility of revolutionaries."