A Groit holds the history of his tribe in his head; the saying throughout Africa is “when the Groit dies it is as if a library has burned down.” Fresh from their appearances with the Nu Wa Storytelling Delegation in Gengcun, China and Silk Road House in Berkeley, Ben Tucker and Suz Shampanier bring their blend of traditional Yiddish and African tales, historical and personal stories to show that what seems like very different circumstances are, at the core, many of the same issues that we face today. Hope may come, something better could lie ahead.
Suggested donation of $10.00.
Sponsors: Diablo Valley Hadassah & Cong. B’nai Shalom.