Four young bucket drummers from inner city Chicago travel to the village of Petit Mbao in Senegal and participate in traditional drumming classes.
Source: Drum Beat Journey
This entry was posted on September 15, 2015 by serious2020. It was filed under Adults, Africa, AFRIKAN, Art, Black Economic Development, Black Media, Black Men, Black Women, Children, Children, Commentary, Culture, Dance, Drumming, Education, Ethnic Studies, Families, Film, Griot, Health, Independent Black Media, Liberation, Media, Music, Political, Politics, Serious2020, Video, Youth and was tagged with African/Black experience, Afrikan, Alanna Schmelter, Ayodele Drum and Dance Company, bucket drummers, Chicago, connecting cultures through drum and dance, Da'Monte, Dontay, Dre, drum, Drum Beat Journey, Elilta Tewelde, Eritrea, Kate Benzschawel, Malcolm X College, Mallory Sohmer, Miguel Garcia, Mother's Day event, music, Petit Mbao, Quan, Rhythm and Dance LLC, Senegal, tax deductible donations, Washington DC.
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