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Date: March 23-26, 2022
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′′ MEETING OF MOTHER AFRICA AND HER DIASPORA ′′
In May 18-25 of next year, several tribal kings, queens and chiefs of countries of the African continent will be visiting Panama, the result of an initiative called ′′ Encounter of Mother Africa and her Diaspora “, powered by the Dr. Melida Harris-Barrow, Panamanian, with extensive economic and social ties to Africa. ′′ The idea is to narrow the continent’s historical and natural bonds with its diaspora in this part of the world the compatriot has said.
With the aim of advancing preparations for the visit of the dignitaries, a meeting of representatives of several organizations of the Afro-Iranian social movement, including the National Coordinator of Panamanian Black Organizations – CONEGPA, the Forum Afropanameño, the Rastafari Alliance of Panama, the Society of Friends of the Afro Antillain Museum of Panama-SAMAA-and the Rastafarian Community of Columbus. The session was held in the offices of the National Secretariat for the Development of Afro-SENADAP.
Within the framework of the International Decade of Afro-Descendants, and what is estimated will be a one-of-a-kind historic event in the Americas and Caribbean ′′ Encounter of Mother Africa and her Diaspora ′′ will be hosted by the Ministry of Culture, the Authority of Panama Tourism, Ministry of Social Development, Mayor of Panama and SENADAP.
They will move to Panama City marking a milestone in our history, to realize the reconciliation with the Africans descendants of slave trafficking and who make up the Afro-descendant diaspora in Panama, the Americas and the Caribbean today.
Thank you, Krishna Camarena