Yesterday, Monday 25 October, an act of homage to the poet Miguel Hernández was celebrated in the hall of the TecnoCampus, on the centenary of his birth. The event was organized by the Vallès-Maresme delegation of the Workers' Commissions union (CCOO), with the collaboration of the Mataró City Council, TecnoCampus Mataró-Maresme, CCOO Madrid and the Miguel Hernández Cultural Foundation.

At the tribute ceremony, various personalities recited poems by the author, and a group of guitarists from the Municipal School of Music also participated with their repertoire.

Miguel Hernández was born in Orihuela, Alicante (1910). A member of the Communist Party from the age of 26, he died in 1942 in Franco's prisons at the age of 32 of tuberulosis, being denied penicillin if he did not abjure his atheism, which he always refused to do.




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