Charlotte Hill O’Neal aka Mama C, visual and spoken word artist, musician, filmmaker, long time community activist and co Director of United African Alliance Community Center UAACC based in Tanzania, East Africa is announcing a change in plans for the Heal the Community Tour which had been planned for 2012.
We are pleased to announce that the Heal the Community Tour is rescheduled for February and March 2013, in time for Black History Month and International Women’s Month activities!
Much has happened since this announcement was made in May including Mama C’s selection for an artist residency in Egypt with the upcoming Nile River Project in October, a project that fosters cross cultural collaborations with artists and environmentalists from the Nile River region. There are also upcoming performances in Ethiopia, Zanzibar and Ghana.
Mama Charlotte will be available to visit your community or school to speak on more than two decades of UAACC outreach in America and East Africa including the UAACC Leaders of Tomorrow Children’s Home program; screen unique and inspiring films; perform her music and poetry and spread the love and inspiration!
We expect her calendar to fill up rapidly for the months of February and March 2013 so please don’t wait too late to send your invitations and inquires. It’s surely going to be a busy two months!!
Hope to see you during Black History Month and International Women’s Month 2013!!
For inquiries and to make arrangements to bring Mama Charlotte to your school or community contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mama Charlotte O’Neal was born in 1951 in Kansas, U.S.A. and has lived in Africa with her husband Pete O’Neal, founder of both the United African Alliance Community Center (UAACC) and Leaders of Tomorrow Children’s Home (LTCH), since 1970. She is the mother of two children, Malcolm and Ann Wood.