My Refuge is Humanity -- Music and Poetry Celebrating Immigrants & Refugees in Minnesota is a concert and community event to unite the Twin Cities in support of its diverse
My Refuge is Humanity — Music and Poetry Celebrating Immigrants & Refugees in Minnesota is a concert and community event to unite the Twin Cities in support of its diverse communities through song, speech, and art. We will gather together as a gesture of love and support for Minnesotans whose diversity and culture have made the Twin Cities a better place for all of us to call home. Performances will span both traditional and modern works, revealing an authentic glimpse at the many cultures of Minnesota.
The event will feature spoken word poetry, dance, music and choral performances of a repertoire drawn from Latin America, North Africa, and the Middle East, led by conductor Ahmed Anzaldua.
Saturday, March 18th, 2017
Doors open at 6pm
Program begins at 6:30pm
at SPNN (Saint Paul Neighborhood Network)
550 Vandalia Street, Suite 170, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
Featuring performances by:
Multidisciplinary performing artist Dua
Poet Roy Guzmán
Singer, songwriter & poet Lula Saleh
Somali Museum of Minnesota Dance Troupe
A community choir led by Ahmed Anzaldua
Twin Cities Anti-Hate Directive and SPNN