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WETU in the CITY: An Urban Black Indian Tale


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WETU in the CITY: An Urban Black Indian Tale

Category: African And African-American Studies Image for event "WETU in the CITY:  An Urban Black Indian Tale"
Date & Time: Saturday , 12/01/2012
from 08:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Location: Hibernian Hall, Dudley Square, Roxbury [map it]*
Admission: Pay What You Can
Sponsored by: New African Company, Hibernian Hall & Black Studie
Contact: Dillon Bustin
dbustin@madison-park.org
617-849-6322
Description: A workshop production of a new play by Mwalim (Prof MJ Peters) & Directed by Naheem Garcia.

Calvin grew up in the largely West Indian, Williams Bridge section of the Bronx knowing that he had Native American relatives. He just didn't realize that they lived 14 stops down on the 2 Train. Welcome to 'The Rez', a sacred enclave of buildings providing a of home the remaining members of the Waquasiq tribe.
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