By CBSMiami.com Team

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – More rallies in support of the people of Cuba were held on Sunday in South Florida.

One lent its support regardless of age.

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A group called Niño’s for Cuba gathered at Tropical Park and let the children’s voices be heard.

“I want them to know that we see them. We are here to help them,” said 12-year-old Daniella Sagado.

“We want Cuba to be free. We want the kids like me to be safe. We want the end of communism,” said another boy.

One of the organizers of the Tropical Park event said in Cuba, the government is taking children and teenagers and forcing them to join the military.

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“I can’t even imagine them pulling these kids out of their houses to be in the military, to be on the front lines. I think of my 10-year-old and that is why I am here,” said Francesca Gonzalez.

“I want to be able to take them to a free Cuba one day and show them the town where their grandparents grew up,” said Terresita Perez.

Before the Tropical Park rally, there was a silent march and protest for the people who have disappeared or been arrested in Cuba.

The walk began at the Jose Marti Memorial on SW 13th Avenue and went to the Little Havana Mural.

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There was also a rally earlier in the day at Sergio’s restaurant in Pembroke Pines.

CBSMiami.com Team