Association of Dominican women in Malaga (AMUDOMA), performs cultural route for integration

The association of Dominican women in Malaga (Amudoma) organized its first cultural route for integration, on the occasion of the celebration of the day of the Hispanidad.

The meeting, which took place in the historic center of the city, was attended by Dominican women from all over the province of Malaga, who said they felt welcomed by this great city.

“Malaga opened its doors to us and we are grateful for this, we return this gesture, working every day with dignity, and proudly representing our culture with the highest values of our Hispanic heritage,” said the Dominican businesswoman and activist, Mrs. Eugenia Garcia, coordinator of the event and president of Amudoma. She also stated that Amudoma’s vision is to become a reference for the migrant community in Spain.

The opening was in charge of Ms. Kelly Alcantara, also an activist for the rights of migrant women, in a cultural route that began at the door of Marqués de Larios street, continued to the Plaza del Obispo where the emblematic cathedral of Malaga is located, continued to the Roman theater and concluded with a toast and lunch for the celebration of the Hispanic community.

Also present were Mrs. Rossy Disla, Fanny Dotel, Angela Ramirez, Yissell Arias, Estrella Ogando, Viagnelis Ferreras, Virginia Nuñez, Maria Germosen, Rosario Flores, Dayni Felipe, Glovis Perez, Carmen Luisa Fdez, Ana Teresa, Yudith Marmolejos, Marlyn de la Cruz, Yolanda Adames, Sandra Heredia who is also (Vice President of the association) and many other women united for integration.

Amudoma is an Association of Dominican women that contributes to the empowerment of migrant women in Spain. It is concerned with preserving their origins as well as fostering ties between both cultures.

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