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Momma

Momma Sandi developed her passion and appreciation for storytelling while growing up in a rich mix of African, Caribbean and Southern neighborhoods. The stories she heard as a child became the reservoir of antidotes, examples and inspirations that she now shares with her diverse audiences. Momma Sandi blends her love for storytelling with her extensive background in personal and professional development, corporate training and teaching to deliver programs and performances that augment all areas of learning and development. Momma Sandi 'storytells' by reaching out with words, songs, movements and rhythm, keeping the audience involved in every tale. She is co-founder of JUBALA!, an ensemble of storytellers, musicians and vocalists dedicated to preserving the oral tradition, current president of the Keepers of the Culture (www.kotc.org) and leadership chairperson for the National Association of Black Storytellers (www.nabsnet.org). Momma Sandi
Contact information:
 P. O. Box 92, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
215-878-1971
mommasanditales@aol.com
http://www.mommasandi.com/sandiindex.htm 


Stories told by Momma:

Paka the Cat
African 5:1 minutes
Who's the biggest, baddest cat in the forest?

Sister Wind and Sister River
African American 3:54 minutes
Did you ever stop to think about what is really going on when the rivers ebb and flow?



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