Film Series: Because of the War
In West Africa and North America, four Liberian women use their music to address injustice and inspire action for social change. By telling the stories of Fatu Gayflor, Marie Nyenabo, Zaye Tete and Tokay Tomah, the Philadelphia Folklore Project aims to link Liberians of all generations and the general public with some of the most renowned traditional Liberian singers and dancers, in order to deepen understandings of the active, constructive roles the arts and artists can take in moments of crisis in the lives of families and communities.
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Sponsors: Office of Sustainability and University Documentary Film Services