Youth in Cuban AntiRevolution

The youth, the decade of 1960 and the Cuban Revolution are triple coordinates that this research will mainly focus on. However, there will be a focus on the arguments posed by the scholars of this modern era about the occurrences that took place since the inception of the Cuban Revolution. The association among these three is frequently taken for granted since not much investigation has been put into action regarding the initial years of the uprising. As an alternative, this will prove how the young populace in Cuba engaged in a recreation of their own destiny by becoming agents of transformation in their individual right, but then again how they cruised through a changing culture. During the events, their actions exaggerated and reformed that culture, by changing the development of the Revolution especially in the 1960s gradual rather than enacted.The prominence of the youth in Cuba was fueled by the dissatisfaction they had with their parents in which the latter did not act to exercise and demand their rights. The communities were becoming more populated with the young population hence making their numbers grow substantially day by day. The youths’ confidence with regard to the power of their figures, was growing and precisely since better youth pay showed that there was a readily available market for them. Higher education was growing so a group personality was emerging. And to end with, the youths were responding to the non-judgmental assertiveness of their parents, which prolonged youthful recklessness in educational matters and beyond. This classification of youth came up by branding their positions in the community with regard to their function and activities in the decades of the 1960s and 1970s. There was profoundness about the advancement of the conception and role of theyouth in the Revolution.