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Who kicked Batistas butt?

Interesting history of how Celia Sanchez and other Cuban female guerrilla’s were fighting Batistas army years before Castros, Guevara and others showed up to the revolution;

http://cubaninsider.blogspot.ca/2011/08/celia-sanchez-fidel-castro-at-work.html

Quidado con Cuban women. :slight_smile:

[quote=@flygt5150]Interesting history of how Celia Sanchez and other Cuban female guerrilla’s were fighting Batistas army years before Castros, Guevara and others showed up to the revolution;

http://cubaninsider.blogspot.ca/2011/08/celia-sanchez-fidel-castro-at-work.html

Quidado con Cuban women. :)[/quote]

It was interesting read. Good to see that Cubanas were strong and showed how powerful they are. Celia Sanchez is truly hero and pioneer of revolution in Cuba.

[img src=“http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-eBRbz3Intuk/TlsoalgPWeI/AAAAAAAAAD8/XS47-7Gydgw/s400/Image30.jpg” alt=“Celia Sanchez”]

Celia was a heavy smoker and died early in life due to cancer.

It’s too bad that she isn’t here to talk to your children. Might give them a whole new outlook on living in Cuba.

I’ve seen several largely female strikes and uprisings in Latino countries mainly about costs of public services which have shut down roads, highways and regions. Historically predominately male Latino governments have learned to take heed to these uprisings or don’t last long when their moms, aunts and sisters get angry.