Tue, Feb 25 | Kahuku Public & School LIbrary

Black History Month 2020

StRaNgE FrUiT XPrEsS and musician, Aaron Aranita have been invited to perform, "Reverence: Still Rising" for the Hawai'i State Public Library System's, Black History in Hawai'i Series.
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Time & Location

Feb 25, 2020, 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM HST
Kahuku Public & School LIbrary, 56-490 Kamehameha Hwy, Kahuku, HI 96731, USA

About the Event

Each Tuesday of this month, local artists will be featured to celebrate the influences African-Americans on the islands.  This week was musician and artist, John Henry Nichols.  February eleventh, the feature film, "Harriet" will be shown. Closing the series, visual artist, Kimberly Keys will be displaying her portraits of African-American artists, historical and political figures.  Professional performance artist/choreographer/producer, Sequoia Carr-Brown and musician, Aaron Aranita, will perform "Reverence: Still Rising".  A Contemporary Modern Dance piece with African and Butoh elements. The performance gives praise to ancestors of the African Diaspora.

For more details go to:

https://www.librarieshawaii.org/event/portrait-artist-kimberly-keys-sequoia-carr-brown-2-2/

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