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Incomparable storyteller Queen Nur presents a tasty treat of stories, songs and dance celebrating her African-American Heritage with the accompaniment of African instruments. An energetic and interactive performance for audiences of all ages.

Read: Queen Nur is a storytelling extraordinaire, who found her life's work early, Courier Post, NJ - September 11, 2017

SWEET POTATO PIE AND SUCH
A rich blend of tales, songs and rhymes celebrating African-American heritage and the art of storytelling, all accompanied by African percussion instruments. This highly energetic and interactive performance will delight as well as enlighten all ages.

THE BULLY-FREE ZONE
Folk tales, fables and hip-hop take center stage in Queen Nur's inspiring show about accepting each others' differences. Participants learn that the #1 Bully-Free Zone is SELF. Tales enlivened by music are interactively told. Audience members are chosen as Bully Free Zone Leaders to identify bully traits in the stories. They lead the full assembly in a Bully-Free Zone call and response, and identify opposing buddy traits.

KWANZAA
Celebrate the African holiday of family, community and culture with Queen Nur and her percussionist partner. This program involves participating in a Kwanzaa celebration, with full explanation of the principles and symbols of the African American holiday. Lessons are expounded through original call and response, songs, stories, drumming and dance. A dynamic program of traditional African stories and songs.

VOICES OF COURAGE: PROFILES OF 19th CENTURY AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN
Queen Nur creates indellible portraits of seven pioneering, brave African-American women: Sojourner Truth, Maria Stewart, Frances Harper, Cathy Williams, Ida B. Wells, Mary Church Terrell and Mary McLeod Bethune. Voices of Courage: Profiles of 19th Century African-American Women is a stirring historical program of stories and music.

For more information: www.queennur.com