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1   Link   Aid For AIDS
AID FOR AIDS International (AFAI) is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization committed to improving the quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs) in developing countries and who are immigrants to the United States of America. We work to empower PLWHAs, their caregivers, and the community at large by providing access to medications, health education, HIV prevention strategies and advocacy and by promoting leadership and capacity building for individuals and organizations.
2   Link   Cards from Africa
Cards from Africa are made by hand in Rwanda and help families affected by AIDS and genocide to rebuild their lives.
3   Link   Caoba
Online beauty, fashion, and culture magazine catering to the Afro-latino community worldwide.
4   Link   Ciudad del Niño (City of Children)
A shelter, educational sponsor, and vocational institution in Panama that helps give orphans and children from humble means an opportunity to overcome poverty and receive the education they need to succeed in life.
5   Link   COLITAS
A specialized pet assisted therapy program for children living with serious physical and mental disabilities.
6   Link   House of Panama
The House of Panama is a non-political, non-sectarian, non-profit organization whose main purpose is to participate in the activities of the "House of Pacific Relations"; to present to the public the traditions, music and culture of the Republic of Panama; and to contribute to foster and cultivate a spirit of understanding, tolerance and goodwill between all the national groups residing in the city of San Diego, California.
7   Link   Katherine Zien
Katherine Zien is a PhD candidate in Northwestern University’s Interdisciplinary Program in Theatre and Drama (IPTD), whose research addresses themes of migration, spatial semiotics and politics, and cultural and racial identity in Latin American and Caribbean theatre history. Her dissertation, “Claiming the Canal: Performances of Race, Labor, and Citizenship in Panama, 1904-1999,” explores the history of US-Panama relations before and after decolonization of the Panama Canal Zone through a site-specific analysis of theatre and performance in and around the former Canal Zone. Katherine’s work has been published in The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies and E-misférica, the digital journal of the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics (http://hemisphericinstitute.org/hemi/en/e-misferica). She is the recipient of a 2009-2010 Fulbright IIE dissertation research fellowship, among other awards. In August 2010, Katherine organized and produced the performance residency Agua/Tierra: Una Propuesta Para Escuchar (Groundwater: A Listening Project) with internationally-recognized teaching artists Baraka de Soleil, Tanisha Christie, and Awilda Rodríguez Lora in Panama (August 2010).
8   Link   Mairead Creations
Original and custom handmade jewelry. (Provider of the Autism Awareness pendant line).
9   Link   Marta L. Sanchez
Artist, Survivor, Scholar, Speaker, Activist, Writer
10   Link   Lei: Art from Heaven to Earth
The "Lei: Art from Heaven to Earth" brand comes from the designer's name - Leilani, which means "flower from heaven" in Hawaiian dialect. Her designs are inspired from the natural beauty that surrounds our daily life. Each of her unique pieces are bearers of art, product of hours and days of crafting. For the hand painted pendant, Leilani turns nature's elements, such as: sea shells, exotic seeds, wood and others, into exclusive jewelry, accessories and decorative pieces. She compliments them with an original combination of weaves, semi precious stones, crystals, fresh water pearls and different materials, all hand crafted.
11   Link   Panama Cyberspace News
The perfect place to get your news from Panama...
12   Link   Naturi Beauty Concepts
Shelley Chapman is an architect of life changing natural beauty creations, culinary artisan, creative genius and a global citizen destined to traverse our lovely planet and learn the secrets of the Universe for our ultimate health, beauty and nourishment. As founder and CEO of Naturi Beauty Concepts, LLC, she promotes Radiance by encouraging individuals to nourish, nurture and grow, offering natural beauty products and private vegan and vegetarian culinary services with a global influence...
13   Link   SAKPASE California
Your source for everything Haitian in California (Business, Entertainment, Community)
14   Link   The Accidental Therapist
From love to parenting to friendship, if you have a relationship issue, bring it to The Accidental Therapist. All topics are on the table for discussion. Lie back on my virtual couch, bare your soul, and let’s work through it. Welcome to the session...
15   Link   The Macaya Store
Private label apparel brand dedicated to distributing high quality, fashionable clothing while promoting pride and awareness in Haiti. A portion of every Macaya sale will go directly to The Lambi Fund, a non-profit that works in partnership with rural grassroots organizations to support economic justice, democracy and sustainable development in Haiti.
16   Link   The Society of Friends of the West Indian Museum of Panama (SAMAAP)

SAMAAP is a civic non-profit organization, which has as its objectives to support and raise funds for the maintenance and extension of the work of the West Indian Museum of Panama. In addition, the organization is also dedicated to supporting and sponsoring activities that contribute to the social and cultural development of the community and feature the best aspects of afro-Caribbean culture.
17   Link   UMOJA
Traditional African Dance introduced to Panama in the form of performances and classes/workshops.
18   Link   Vida AfroLatina
Digital media publication featuring news and views by and about Afro-Latinos in the United States and throughout the Americas.
19   Link   Where there is pride in belonging
Online Baccalaureate Admission Specialist, Gail Dottin, was awarded a Fulbright U.S. Student Scholarship to Panama to continue her work on Where There is Pride in Belonging, a book project detailing the life of her grandfather, Reginald Dottin, a native of Barbados who was drafted by the United States government in the early 1900s to help build the Panama Canal.
20   Link   Words (broken language) the poems...
Poems by Aaryn K. Coley, Writer (poetry, screenplay, articles), Student (film, occupational therapy, neuropsychology), and an "Accidental Therapist" (Columnist, Twitterbug)...