ASE (ah - SHAY), is a term from the Yoruba people of Nigeria, West Africa. ASE affirms, as we express our spiritual devotion, that there is power in our words; not just the words we speak, but the words and feelings we express in our stories.
Loving the idea of the National Black Storytellers’ Festival and Conference being in Chicago, but you can’t attend the whole thing? There are so many ways to participate.
Check www.nabsinc.org for details and registration information.
The "In the Tradition ..." 32nd National Black Storytelling Festival and Conference is coming to the Hilton Chicago / Oak Lawn and the Logan Center on November 12-16, 2014! There is nothing like it! Storytellers from all over the country will come to laugh, hug, dance, sing, and share stories Chicago style! You won't want to miss Rhythm Talkin' on Wed., Nov. 12 and our line dancin,' stepping parTAY on Fri., Nov. 14.
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