Experience how dance & movement from African & African-American perspectives lift the spirits of marginalized communities. Join us for fun social dances with drumming after the dance demonstrations
“Black History: A Living Resistance in Dance and Movement” will focus on understanding dance from African and African-American perspectives, how movement helps to shape the attitudes of our youth and marginalized communities and how today, those movements and the music behind the movements create a communal sense of dealing with pain and social injustices, discrimination and oppression.
Join us for audience participation of fun social dances with drumming after the discussion and dance demonstrations - for all ages.
This program is brought to the community by the Sandy Spring Slave Museum & African Art Gallery, Inc. and The White House Studios. We also thank the Friends of the Library, Montgomery County for supporting this program.
Please place your request for English-language captioning or sign language interpretation at least five days before the library-sponsored program you plan to attend. Contact the Assistant Facilities and Accessibility Program Manager at 240-777-0002 with all other accommodation requests.
GEN 1.0 10/27/2021
AGE GROUP: | Teens | Seniors | Elementary School Age | Adult |
EVENT TYPE: | Performance and Dance |
TAGS: | Indoor Program | Friends of the Library | Black History Month |