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The History of Rhythm, by Women | La Historia del Ritmo, por Las Mujeres

  • Housing Works Bookstore Cafe 126 Crosby Street New York, NY, 10012 United States (map)

The History of Rhythm, by Women (La Historia del Ritmo, por Las Mujeres) is a talent showcase featuring the rich expressions of women from the Caribbean diaspora.

The concept involves understanding how creative expression for women who hold genetic roots from the indigenous land is affected by living in the dominant culture.

In short, we will dance, play, speak, and sing at the same time from the wombs of our mothers to you.

featuring Curet Performance Project, Luisa Bastidas, Miss Angelina, Samatha Nieves, and Desiree Gordon.

Hosted by Abdul Fattah Ismail

Photography by Dave Jeff

Videography by K. Jax

Flyer by Itzy Ramirez

Tickets: $10 pre-sale, $15 at the door

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All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Housing Works, an organization that provides advocacy and social services for people affected by AIDS. Learn more: housingworks.org.

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Earlier Event: January 31