Last week we had the opportunity to spread the word about Cambio Creativo at our African heritage celebration on May 9 at the West Indian Museum of Panama. It was a lively, colorful event:
- a group of Coco Solo students did congo dances for the audience:
- Panamanian artists DJ Tin Valero, Carlos Méndez, and Ela Spalding shared their amazing musical talents:
- and we had catering from our friends at La Tapa del Coco and Donde Stan, authentic afro-caribbean cuisine:
We would like to thank our friends at the Society of Friends of the Afro Antillean Museum of Panama (SAMAAP), Magnolia Inn, Salsas Picantes Sistá, La Esquina del Jabón, DJ Tin Valero, Carlos Méndez, Ela Spalding, La Tapa del Coco, Donde Stan, our supporters, and especially our students for helping us create an open space to celebrate the richness of the Afro-Panamanian culture. We hope to celebrate again next year!