<< Don Pepe, el Maestro del Salvador” >> Con el siglo XIX nace en

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<< Don Pepe, el Maestro del Salvador” >> Con el siglo XIX nace en
La Habana José de la Luz y Caballero, a quien Martí llamó “el silencioso fundador”. Joven aún, viaja por
Estados Unidos, Francia y Alemania, conoce a los
hombres de su tiempo,
polemiza sobre filosofía, dirige colegios y lucha
contra la realidad colonial. Enemigo de la trata,
declaró que en la
esclavitud “lo menos negro es el negro”. Don Pepe le llamaban los alumnos. Su labor en el “Colegio del Salvador”
creó una conciencia moral que engrandeció el sentido de la nacionalidad cubana. Acusado de conspirar contra España, su nombre se hizo enemigo del régimen colonial.
Más de 200 de sus discípulos lucharon
por la… More
With the th century born in
Havana José de la Luz and Knight, whom Marti called ′′ the silent founder “. Young still, travels through
USA, France and Germany, meets the
men of your time,
polemiza on philosophy, run schools and fight
against colonial reality. Enemy of trafficking,
declared that in the
slavery ′′ least black is black “. Don Pepe called him the students. His work in the College of the Savior
created a moral conscience that magnified the sense of Cuban citizenship. Accused of conspiring against Spain, his name became an enemy of the colonial regime.
More than 200 of his disciples fought
for the Independence of
Cuba. When he died in 1862, Spain had to yield to his glory: a decree from Captain General Francisco Serrano laid out the posthumous tribute that was paid to the ′′ Master of the Savior “. One of his proverbs: ′′ Instruct can anyone, educate only anyone who is a living gospel ′′ is the best synthesis of this man’s life. He was first and foremost a teacher, a consciences trainer. ·