SAMAAP members in action

Throughout the year, SAMAAP members attend many activities in Panama and abroad including: Enrique Sánchez on the Board of Directors of the Panama Canal, October 11, 2019 SAMAAP members attend the Afro-Panamanian Forum meeting to contribute their ideas on the Reforms to the Constitution. the Afro-Panamanian Forum meeting Central American

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Visit to the Museum

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Ecumenical Thanksgiving Service

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Gala Dinner and Dance

Commemorating 102 anniversary of the Panama Canal, the Society of Friends of the Afro-Antillean Museum of Panama (SAMAAP) held their dinner and gala dance, culminating activity of the week “Know Your Channel,” which is celebrated annually to commemorate the anniversary of the opening of the Panama Canal and recognize the

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Pilgrimage to the Panama Canal

The activity is organized, since 1989, by the Society of Friends of the West Indies Museum of Panama, and is part of the activities to celebrate the Canal’s 105th anniversary and the 38th anniversary of the Know Your Canal program. More than a hundred Afro-descendants aboard three Canal boats navigated

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West Indian Fair

Every year on Carnival Saturday and Sunday the Grand West Indian Fair, sponsored by the Society of Friends of the West Indian Museum of Panama (SAMAAP) and the National Institute of Culture of Panama (INAC) take place. There were a variety of West Indian Foods on sale, music, dances, in

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