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Kuumba Storytellers of Georgia is on our way to  the 32nd Annual National Black Storytelling Festival  and Conference in Chicago November 12 - 16, 2014.

Three of Kuumba's "Tattle Tales" young storytellers have won Harambee Youth Awards; we need your support to help with their travel, registration, lodging and meals. For details about the youth award winners, read below.  
Donation deadline is November 15.
Thank you for your support.

 Kuumba is a 501-c-3 non-profit organization. For festival details visit you can visit www.NABSinc.org.

Tattle Tales Harambee Youth Awards

Join us for our monthly meetings on the
2nd Saturday of each month
New Meeting Time
3:00-5:00 pm.

Kuumba meetings for 2014 will be held at West End Library

Come out & bring a friend!



We're a spirit moving...so join Kuumba and
CATCH THE SPIRIT!

We're griots, puppeteers, music makers, storyweavers, imagination builders, dream keepers and more.  The face of Kuumba is changing and growing; we're teachers, actors, drummers, we're biblical, we're educators, story stretchers, librarians, story swappers and you. We're Decades of Experience. Kuumba Storytellers, Inc. is an Affiliate of the National Association of Black Storytellers (NABS).

Become a member or make a donation

Visit Kuumba's membership page to join today!

What it takes: imagination, a story and a voice.
When we meet: 2nd Saturday of each month from 3:00-5:00 pm
What we offer:

  • Open Mic Performances
  • Storytelling Sessions and Classes
  • Storytelling Concerts (youth and adults)
  • Festivals, Workshops and Story Swaps
  • Kuumba Youth "Tattle Tales" Storytelling Club

... and much, much more!

Gwendolyn Napier
Akbar Imhotep Cynthia Watts
Paul Freeman
Joanna Maddox Salim Cox
Mama Koku Josie Bailey LaDoris Davis
Ernestine Brown Margaret Edinburgh Sistuh Spice
Alfred Mitchell
Deborah Strahorn Renee Spratling
Nana Ajayway Anan
Gloria Elder LaVerne Amponsah
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