Africa In America Magazine Presents the 2nd Annual Original Works Showcase for African Diasporic Music and Dance entitled "Woman Rise UP!/Balance'". This year's showcase will be choreographed by the Founder/Creator of AIA, Kara Mack. The theme this year is to show the power of the roles of women, and the harmony and 'balance' that's created with both the feminine and masculine...in short, we need each other. Featuring singing, dancing, film, spoken word, etc., Kara Mack is bound to leave you inspired. You don't wanna miss this!
Tickets will be available to Scripps students starting 9am on Wednesday in SCORE; remember to bring your ID! 5C students, Alums or other community members can come to SCORE starting 9am Thursday. Please bring your ID to pick up your ticket. If you are not near Claremont and would like to come to the show, contact SCORE@scrippscollege.edu starting Thursday to reserve your ticket.
Sounds Like: Blue King Brown, Orishas, Quetzal, Ozomatli, Immortal Technique
Manager: Maya Jupiter
Bio: The Chicana From Down Under.
Born in La Paz, Mexico to a Mexican Father and Turkish Mother, Maya grew up in Sydney, Australia. It was in Sydney’s Western Suburbs where she first fell in love with Hip Hop.
Maya’s love of writing rhymes helped her express her fear, pain, joy and hope as a teenag...See Full Bio