Tag Archives: BlackHistoryMonth

Story-Powering Our Youths Performance

February 26, 2017 / Comfort Ero /

The event will feature African Stages’ youth group who will use dramatized storytelling, drumming and dancing to herald messages of solidary and inclusion. This performance is directed by BC-based, award-winning teacher, writer, and storyteller, Comfort Adesuwa Ero.

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Story-Powering Our Youths Performance

February 25, 2017 / Comfort Ero /

The event will feature African Stages’ youth group who will use dramatized storytelling, drumming and dancing to herald messages of solidary and inclusion. This performance is directed by BC-based, award-winning teacher, writer, and storyteller, Comfort Adesuwa Ero.

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Story-Powering Our Youths Performance

February 24, 2017 / Comfort Ero /

The event will feature African Stages’ youth group who will use dramatized storytelling, drumming and dancing to herald messages of solidary and inclusion. This performance is directed by BC-based, award-winning teacher, writer and storyteller, Comfort Adesuwa Ero.

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Story-Powering Our Youths Performance

February 24, 2017 / Comfort Ero /

The event will feature African Stages’ youth group who will use dramatized storytelling, drumming and dancing to herald messages of solidarity and inclusion. This performance is directed by BC-based, award-winning teacher, writer, and storyteller, Comfort Adesuwa Ero.

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Story-Telling on the Move Symposium 2016

April 24, 2016 / Comfort Ero / Black History Month, Story-Telling on the Move Symposium 2016, StoryTelling

Story-Telling on the Move Symposium 2016 was a project sponsored by Canada Council for the Arts and Kwantlen Polytechnic University – Surrey Branch for celebration of Black History Month 2016. The symposium turned to be a very successful event that had more than 100 participants from KPU students and Vancouver Society of Storytellers artists and […]

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