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Cuban Blind People Join Literary Creation
More than 800 Cuban blind people have joined literary creation by means of around one hundred workshops, the Cuban National News Agency (AIN) reported on Monday.

They participate in meetings, organized by the National Association of Blind People (ANCI) at all levels, and Gilda Guimera outstands in Havana province. She will present her story "Es Mejor la Noche" in the 18th International Book Fair venue in Artemisa town, according to the AIN.

She lives in Guanajay town, Havana province, and was the country's most outstanding writer during the most recent national blind writers' meeting, held in Holguin province in late 2007.

Other wiriters, as Jose Miguel Ramos, from Havana, Tomas Gonzalez-Coya, from Villa Clara province, Nadaisa Rojas, from la Tunas province, and Ada Mirta Bonfil, from Guantanamo, also excelled. That development has been possible, due to educational programs to this sector of the population, creation of libraries and special areas for the blind to read, braille printer
(Juventud Rebelde)

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