The exhibition includes 13 billboards, and reviews on the life of René González, Fernando González, Antonio Guerrero, Gerardo Hernández and Ramón Labañino, serving unjust sentences in the US for preventing terrorist acts that are originated in Florida against Cuba.
Opening the exhibition, Graciela Ramirez, coordinator of the International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5, conveyed greetings of these brave men, and said that this contributes to the efforts to break the silence of the great international press about the case.
Basilio Gutierrez, vice president of the Cuban Friendship Institute (ICAP), stressed the importance of spreading that claim in the museum, located in Obispo Street, Old Havana, one of the most frequented by the city's population and foreign visitors.
The museum director Pedro Pablo Perez spoke with similar terms and highlighted the human and patriotic virtues demonstrated by Ramón, René, Gerardo, Antonio and Fernando, whom he described as first-line CDR members and unyielding defenders of the Revolution.
The exhibition will remain open until November 28 and the museum staff has developed a program of visits to schools in the territory. (acn).