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Tales of Home: Congo/Mozambique
Nov. 21 — Nov. 22, 2014

Tales of Home - Performances / Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center
College Park, MD
A People's Potluck in Elmhurst, Queens.^46 Samita Sinha's Bridge Songs gathering at the Coleman Center for the Arts, York, AL.^46 WeDaPeoples Cabaret 2010 at Harlem Stage.^46

The America Project

The America Project is a national program that stimulates critical citizenship, imagination, and civic dialogue through creative process and public engagement, placing artists in leadership roles to enlist diverse community members in exchanges that promote common purpose and visionary thinking for social change.

As envisioned by the project's founder, artist Sekou Sundiata, The America Project questions what it means to be both a citizen and an individual in the complex, hyper-kinetic society that is the United States of America today. The program places artists at the center of that investigation, and supports creative projects that bring people into a shared civic process; that are grounded in, and meaningful to, a particular community; and that effectively speak to broad audiences across the U.S. about the critical issues of our time.

In Sundiata's words, The America Project creates "a We/Ours out of I/Me/Mine in moving towards gatherings of good conscience, honest critique, and common purpose... with the hope that it will be carried forward into other gatherings, in other settings. It is both an example and a promotion of a useful democratic practice."