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January 28, 1853: The Apostle of Cuba, José Martí, is born

On this day in 1853, José Martí, the Apostle of Cuba, was born. Join us in celebrating the birthday of a man whose words still inspire freedom and condemn tyranny today as strongly as they did over 100 years ago.

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1 comment to January 28, 1853: The Apostle of Cuba, José Martí, is born

  • asombra

    Both of his parents were Spaniards. He spent nearly all of his adult life in exile. He was NEVER "confused," unlike a certain poet.