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By | May 1st, 2014|Categories: In the News|

Storyteller, Queen Nur, aka Karen Abdul-Malik from Willingboro http://www.laviagraes.com/comprar-viagra-en-argentina made a visit to the Elias Boudinot Elementary School in Burlington City, Thursday afternoon in celebration of Black History http://www.laviagraes.com/sildenafil Month. K-2 grade students mimic Queen Nur's gestures as she talks about being a good storyteller to the students. seo competition http://www.cialisgeneriquefr24.com/ discovery back links . domain [...]

Black History: Celebrating our differences in Greenport

By | February 11th, 2014|Categories: In the News|

“Everybody has their own rhythm and everybody has their own style — and that’s what makes America so beautiful.” That’s what nationally renowned acheter sildenafil 100mg kamagra cialis generique storyteller and teaching artist Queen Nur told students from http://www.viagragenericoes24.com/pastillas-viagra-comprar Greenport and Oysterponds elementary schools Friday during a performance celebrating Black History Month. The event, coordinated by [...]

Queen Nur celebrates storytelling tradition, Kwanzaa at Publick Playhouse

By | December 12th, 2013|Categories: In the News|

By Cara Hedgepeth Staff Writer For professional storyteller Karen Abdul-Malik, her roles as mother and storyteller are intertwined. “A storyteller’s life is not separate from family,” Abdul-Malik said. “It wasn’t like I walked out and came back. [My kids] have always been a part of my storytelling life.” Known professionally as Queen Nur, Abdul-Malik of Willingboro, N.J., [...]

Storyteller Queen Nur resurrects pioneers

By | January 17th, 2010|Categories: In the News|

By GARY DEMUTH Salina Journal Storyteller Queen Nur is concerned that many American children learn just two things about African-American history in school: slavery and civil rights. "There's not too much about what happened in between," she said. That's https://www.viagrasansordonnancefr.com/viagra-france/ why the New Jersey-based storyteller decided to write and perform a theatrical piece about black women [...]

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