The staffers from the Indocubano Bani Museum have given top priority to boosting knowledge about archeology and community culture thru upgrading courses. Since its foundation 50 years ago in the city of Banes, the noted cultural institutions has been enriching people's information and love for the legacy left behind by the country's aboriginals, whose prints are broadly spread all across that coastal jurisdiction in the northeatsern province of Holguin.
Thousands of students have graduated from the courses on Cuban aboriginal archaeology and community culture given at the Indocubano Bani Museum.
This community work has also allowed those students become promoters of the local arts and culture.
The Indocubano Bani Museum gives courses on the locals' struggle for independence, on the presence of communities of Haitians' and Jamaicans' descendants and their influence in the region; as well as the significance of the US penetration in the local culture thru the United Fruit Sugar Company.
The courses also went over the studies made in the municipality by the local museums, which have contributed to deepening in the historical and cultural roots of the region, where there is much history to reveal from its grounds. / By Radio Banes / Translated by Radio Angulo.