Honoring Black History Month

Exploring the sacred art of traditional African storytelling. Join us as we honor black history month with a creative dancer extraordinaire, actress, speaker, storyteller, dancer, Osalla Dee. Osalla inspires people with her passion for social justice, creative dance and profound healing that arises from her life purpose to “dance ‘til I die.”

Wednesday, February 28th
7:15 PM - 8:15 PM
Sanctuary

Exploring the sacred art of traditional African storytelling. Join us as we honor black history month with a creative dancer extraordinaire, actress, speaker, storyteller, dancer, Osalla Dee. Osalla inspires people with her passion for social justice, creative dance and profound healing that arises from her life purpose to “dance ‘til I die.”

Location: Sanctuary
Contact: Lisa Starbird
Email Contact: lstarbird@aol.com

Presented By: Osalla Dee - Actress, Speaker, Storyteller, Dancer

Oshalla Dee Actress, Speaker, Storyteller, and Dancer
Oshalla grew up in Marin City and created a documentary film about her community.
Oshalla’s work with youth has taken her to the former Soviet Union as a Choreographer in the "Peace Child Project" and later to Senegal, West Africa to  deepen her study of West African Dance.   A graduate of the California Institute for Integral Studies (CIIS) her inquiry is the connection between physical, meta-physical, emotional / environmental health and Expressive Arts as Therapy.
A member of the International Association for Facilitators (IAF)  Screen Actors Guild (SAG)  Actors Equity Association (AEA) she is represented as  "Oshalla Dee" by  STARS Agency.  San Francisco, California
Learn more about her at her website:
http://www.oshalla.com/home.html
http://www.oshalla.com/more-about.html
Beautiful recording about who is Oshalla:
https://www.reverbnation.com/oshalladee
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