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Early years[ edit ] Born in a cane field, he entered a vocational school , where he joined the Communist Party of Cuba. He gave up the opportunity to enter the University of Havana to become a professional organizer for the party at the age of After successfully organizing the party in several small towns, he left the organization and became an unaffiliated leftist. Role in the Cuban revolution[ edit ] After the Fulgencio Batista coup in , he became involved with the 26th of July Movement headed by Fidel Castro. One article in particular reported the landing of the Granma and confirmed that Castro was safe in the Sierra Maestra. For this he was jailed and tortured by the police.

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Early years[ edit ] Born in a cane field, he entered a vocational school , where he joined the Communist Party of Cuba. He gave up the opportunity to enter the University of Havana to become a professional organizer for the party at the age of After successfully organizing the party in several small towns, he left the organization and became an unaffiliated leftist. Role in the Cuban revolution[ edit ] After the Fulgencio Batista coup in , he became involved with the 26th of July Movement headed by Fidel Castro.

One article in particular reported the landing of the Granma and confirmed that Castro was safe in the Sierra Maestra. For this he was jailed and tortured by the police. His position allowed him to travel extensively outside of Cuba. A significant number of these artists traveled to Cuba.

One of the most memorable visits was that of Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir. The paper was closed a few months later. Exile from Cuba[ edit ] He continued to have problems with the Cuban government.

He was allowed to leave Cuba with his family[ when? In , he officially broke with the Cuban government when he signed a letter condemning the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia. He wrote several books of poetry as well. He continued to campaign against repression in Cuba and other countries.

He was officially branded a traitor by the Cuban government, which accused him of having ties to the U. Central Intelligence Agency.

Franqui responded with a poem: [5] I discover my photographic death. Do I exist? In the early s, he moved to Puerto Rico , [1] where he lived in semi-retirement. In , he founded Carta de Cuba , a quarterly journal featuring work produced in Cuba by independent journalists and writers. He edited the publication until his death on April 16, , in Puerto Rico.

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His father, a tailor who worked a small shop in Havana , had left-wing political principles. During this period he started working as a tailor apprentice in "El Arte," a fashion store in downtown Havana. Around he became involved in politics, initially taking part in popular protests against rising bus-fares. In April , Cienfuegos and a friend traveled to the U. They spent several months working low-paying jobs in New York City , Chicago , and San Francisco until immigration officials took them into custody and returned them to Cuba via Mexico. Jobless and harassed by police, he left Cuba in March and again traveled to the US, where he worked in Miami and San Francisco for a few weeks before heading to Mexico, intent on joining a small Cuban rebel army being organized by Fidel Castro. He was one of the 82 revolutionaries who set sail for Cuba aboard the Granma in November

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