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Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota and former City Council member Julio Guridy, both of Dominican descent, show items that are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the Dominican Republic’s independence day and the rich culture of the country.

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Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota and former City Council member Julio Guridy, both of Dominican descent, show items that are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the Dominican Republic’s independence day and the rich culture of the country. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)

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Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota and former City Council member Julio Guridy, both of Dominican descent, show items that are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the Dominican Republic's independence day and the rich culture of the country. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota and former City Council member Julio Guridy, both of Dominican descent, show items that are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the Dominican Republic’s independence day and the rich culture of the country.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country's independence day and its rich culture. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country’s independence day and its rich culture.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country's independence day and its rich culture. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country’s independence day and its rich culture.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country's independence day and its rich culture. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country’s independence day and its rich culture.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country's independence day and its rich culture. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country’s independence day and its rich culture.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country's independence day and its rich culture. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country’s independence day and its rich culture.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country's independence day and its rich culture. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country’s independence day and its rich culture.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country's independence day and its rich culture. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country’s independence day and its rich culture.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country's independence day and its rich culture. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country’s independence day and its rich culture.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota and former City Council member Julio Guridy, both of Dominican descent, show items that are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the Dominican Republic's independence day and the rich culture of the country. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota and former City Council member Julio Guridy, both of Dominican descent, show items that are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the Dominican Republic’s independence day and the rich culture of the country.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota and former City Council member Julio Guridy, both of Dominican descent, show items that are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the Dominican Republic's independence day and the rich culture of the country. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota and former City Council member Julio Guridy, both of Dominican descent, show items that are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the Dominican Republic’s independence day and the rich culture of the country.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown city worker Carlos Sala, Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota, and former City Council member Julio Guridy, all Dominican, show items that are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the Dominican Republic's independence day and the rich culture of the country. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown city worker Carlos Sala, Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota, and former City Council member Julio Guridy, all Dominican, show items that are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the Dominican Republic’s independence day and the rich culture of the country.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country's independence day and its rich culture. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Allentown City Council President Cynthia Mota holds a muñecas limé, also known as a Dominican faceless doll, to represent the mixed heritage and diversity of Dominican people. Artifacts from the Dominican Republic are on display Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, at Allentown City Hall celebrating the country’s independence day and its rich culture.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)

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