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