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The Fabric of Our Country: The history and stories of African American women told through the tradition of quilting 
The Fabric of Our Country: The history and stories of African American women told through the tradition of quilting 

Fri, Feb 23

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Highways

The Fabric of Our Country: The history and stories of African American women told through the tradition of quilting 

This show, curated and performed by Tashara Gavin-Moorehead with Keisha Clark-Booth, Alli Gray Odeniyide and Malani Janel, takes the audiences on a historical journey through African Diaspora music and dance traditions, and themes of spirit, love, and celebration.

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Time & Location

Feb 23, 2024, 8:30 PM

Highways, 1651 18th St, Santa Monica, CA 90404, USA

About The Event

The Fabric of Our Country is a collaborative Black History month performance highlighting African American traditions through the stories of Black women and the tradition of quilting. The objective of the show is to not only educate audiences but to also inspire people to value Black women's stories and acknowledge the cultural contributions of African Americans in the creation of our country. The tradition of quilting is a long standing African American tradition that embodies the legacy of Black America, and the stories of spirit, love and celebration on display in this performance immerse the audience in the art, music, and dance traditions of African Americans.

Choreographers: Keisha Clark-Booth, Tashara Gavin-Moorehead, Alli Gray Odeniyide, and Malani Janel.

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      +$0.63 service fee
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