Acclaimed poet Sekou Sundiata has an
ongoing examination of what it means to be
both a citizen and an individual in a deeply
complex, post 9/11 society. He has created a
participatory and exploratory space for
students, faculty, and community members to
consider the notion of public rituals and
the ways in which they can begin to make a"
We out of Me, Mine, and I.” Gamo Da Paz,
an expert in Candomblé traditions, was asked
to open Stanford’s Arts and Ideas Lab with a
traditional Candomblé Ritual and song.
Please see photos and video below.
For more information on this event, please
go to: http://livelyartsblog.stanford.edu/