Schools Theaters Cultural Creativity Performances Storytelling Events Rites of Passage Programs Pre Schools email@example.com "Gather around the StoryMan and prepare to be enchanted. . . Baba Jamal Koram unfolds children's tales filled with the warmth of the African sun. Each conveys a lesson: of standing up for what's right, caring for our earth and its animals, and believing in the good in everyone." Smithsonian Discovery Theater
"How is it that man always defeats the lion?" "It will be that way until the lion tells the story." *Gree ott tick
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In African cultures around the world there are those who tell the stories, keep the culture, and pass on the history, folklore, mannerisms and languages of a people. These men and women are known by many names, according to their cultural knowledge. One of these names is "Grio" or "Grio." Griotic is a term which talks about the type of telling/mannerisms/content and style of Baba Jamal Koram the StoryMan.
"Baba, your story has truth in it, I like that. . ."The word, "Afrakan" refers to the collectivity of world-wide African cultures, especially in the Americas. The word "Grio" is somtimes spelled differently, but this spelling recognizes keepers of the culture world wide. . .
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