Black History Live! with Culture Queen

Date & Time
Saturday, January 27, 2018 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
No Registration Required
About this Event
Venue: African American History and Culture Museum Event Location: Oprah Winfrey Theater, NMAAHC Get Tickets: Accessibility: ASL-interpreted program About the Program Black History Live with Culture Queen is a modern-day Josephine Baker inspired performance for children that uses original and interactive music, movement and storytelling to teach them to celebrate their history and love themselves. With a spoonful of magic and ancient wisdom, the soulful alto’s voice dances across a fusion of festive calypso, afrobeat, jazz and hip-hop rhythms that celebrate the Kings and Queens of African-American History. During her engaging hour-long performance for Pre-K and Kindergarten audiences, Culture Queen will wow them with her magnetic personality and creative approach to cultural education by inviting them to celebrate all the things that make them who they are. With a renewed sense of confidence, cultural awareness, and curiosity for exploring the world around them, students will leave proudly exclaiming I Like The Me I See!

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