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Sango Gunmi: The Emergence of Yoruba Tradition in the African-American Community
Fred R. Moore Public School 133
New York, NY
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Sango Gunmi: The Emergence of Yoruba Tradition in the African-American Community
One night only! Join us for a night of untold African-American history featuring Orisa song and dance.

Written by Essence magazine best-selling author Karen E. Quinones Miller and directed by David Wright, founder of the Orisha Tales Repertory Theatre, "Sango Gunmi: The Emergence of Yoruba Tradition in the African-American Community" tells the story of Marjorie Quinones (Sango Gunmi) -- the first African-American initiated as a Yoruba priest on North American soil -- and of the early history and struggles of African-Americans to reclaim this aspect of their cultural heritage.

Produced by the Orisa Community Development Corporation in conjunction with ZEYBRAH

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Fred R. Moore Public School 133 (View)
2121 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10037
United States


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Arts > Theatre
Education > Other
Music > Other
Other > Family-Friendly

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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