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Native Voices: A Traveling Encampment

  • Fletcher Free Library 235 College Street Burlington, VT, 05401 United States (map)

Music~  Stories~  Laughter
A Native American tipi
A Bedouin tent
A living portrait of three cultures
Come, share, experience, and hear from these incredible voices of conscience

Travis Harden, Lakota Hochunk storyteller, artist and Native American singer Travis Harden, recently returned from several months as Water Protector and “Super No DAPL Man” at Standing Rock.

Palestinian percussionist, Alber Baseel from Bethlehem, currently pursuing his degree at the Berkelee College of music, and former music teacher at Sounds of Palestine in Aida Refugee Camp

Khalil Alamour, Bedouin lawyer, historian and amazing leader Khalil Alamour from the village of Alsira in the Negev.

Palestinian actor Saber Shreim from Jenin, formerly of the Freedom Theatre and current founding members of Palestine Laughter Liberation (visa pending).

Sunday July 30 2:00 PM
Fletcher Free Library
235 College Street Burlington, VT
Free and open to the public