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Indigenous Knowledge and Social Healing: Public Lecture by Professor Kọ́lá Abímbọ́lá
October 21 @ 6:00 pm-9:00 pm
Please join us for an evening to learn how the indigenous practices of the Yoruba peoples of West Africa can be a gateway to communal and social healing with esteemed guest lecturer, Dr. Baba Kọ́lá Abímbọ́lá.
*Discount codes available for members of the following communities: Million Artist Movement, MN Healing Justice Network, Spiral Collective, Oshun Center for Intercultural Healing; and Afoutayi Haitian Dance, Music and Arts Co. All inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org / 917-583-3567
The mission of I A.M. Arts (founded 2017) is to produce collaborative solo dance works and global commissions that uplift and inspire our humanity; to produce educational programs that utilize the creative arts as a tool for self- development; and to spearhead community development initiatives that assist mid-career women Creatives with spiritual, professional, and economic resources to thrive.
As we seek to re-design our community development model, beginning in 2022, I A.M. Arts commits to investing in our community by contributing to the education, preservation, protection, dissemination, and training in African indigenous knowledge and practice.