of the Sage
Culture is a product of a peoples' history.
But it also reflects that history and embodies a whole
set of values by which a people view themselves and their place in time
Cultural contact can therefore play a great part in
bringing about mutual understanding between peoples of different
[backgrounds and experiences.
Instead of racial/ethnic intolerance,
Instead of intellectual
Instead of imposing one’s own version of bigotry on unsuspecting
Let people of the world dialogue together through
Adapted from Moving the Centre: The Struggles for
Cultural Freedoms by Ngugi wa Thiong’o. A
celebrated writer from Kenya, Ngugi is Professor of Comparative Literature
and Performance Studies at New York. University..
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Muungano National Choir in residency
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African Chorus became the youngest recipient of the prestigious Missouri
A commentary on some of the
African-Americans who gave
distinctive identity to America’s
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