Baseball fans and Dominicanos alike all over south Florida, are coming together to celebrate the deeply-rooted cultural heritage with the Miami Marlins. The sixth annual Dominican Heritage Night, hosted by the Dominican American National Foundation(DANF) and Hennessy V.S., brought out the Quisqueya community, including popular recording artist Amara La Negra, Universal Music Latino’s Yunel Cruz, and the legendary merengue kings Fulanito, to enjoy the game from the comfort of their exclusive party suite.
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“I’m super excited and super happy and honored to have been invited to this event to represent my Dominican culture,” Amara La Negra explained. “Even though I was born and raised in Miami, I feel very proud to say that I’m Dominican and 100 percent Latina.”
The game kicked off with the National Anthem, sung by Grammy-nominated