New York - Workers at some of the biggest corporations in the United States are planning an unprecedented wave of strikes on May 1st, International Workers’ Day.
Employees of Amazon, Whole Foods, Walmart, FedEx, Target and Instacart will walk off the job demanding compensation for unpaid time off work, hazard pay, sick leave, personal protective equipment and cleaning supplies at workplaces.
Many of the workers are part of a growing coalition that will join a May 1st People’s Strike launched by worker cooperatives in Mississippi.
Kali Akuno, co-director of Cooperation Jackson, said: “We’re asking everybody to start with these basics: no work, no shopping, no rent, no mortgage, no school, no borders, no prisons. Let us all take joint action together.”
The International Film and Television School (EICTV), located in San Antonio de los Baños, Artemisa, in compliance with the General Regulations of the Institution and the established procedure for the call, evaluation and selection of the Heads and Coordinators of some Departments, summons to filmmakers from all over the world -especially from Latin America- with artistic and teaching experiences to work at EICTV during the Regular Course (January 2021 – July 2022).Read More
Art instructors and cultural promoters return to their classrooms and offices of the Raymundo Valenzuela House of Culture in San Antonio de los Baños, with the established hygiene measures. This time they return with the task of organizing the activity plan for the upcoming summer.Read More
Havana - The Historian of Havana, Eusebio Leal, today valued the vedette, Rosita Fornes, as a great Cuban, during the funeral of the artist that takes place in the capital Martí Theater.Read More