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Published on Feb 26, 2012
In November of 1968, hundreds of Cuban students members of the youth anti Castro organization, ABDALA, supported by other organizations, marched from Jose Marti's statute at Central Park to the United Nation Organization building in New York City, to denounce human right violations in Fidel Castro's concentration camps in Cuba. Ivan Acosta's three songs (Guerrillero sin arma, Hay un pueblo oprimido & Corre cubano y empuña el machete) Paul Radelat, musical director; Ileana Fuentes, Coordinator; were recorded at a recital at U.N.O.'s Dag Hammarskjold Auditorium, on Friday, December 9th, 1977, celebrating Human Rights Day in the world.