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Jamboread! - OrisiRisi encourages kids to read during a Jamboread! event
Tell me a story - Don Harrell, of OrisiRisi African Folklore, tells African stories and teaches
Africa Unplugged - Loris Elementary kids learn African folklore
Dance Lesson - Tutu Harrell leads teachers at Fort Mill Elementary School in an African folk dance
Opening minds to the world - 500 students learn about Africa's diversity
Going Global - teaching African culture to students
OrisiRisi teaches and entertains
Drumbeat strikes rhythm of learning - Seniors getting broad education
Gullah introduction - Don and Tutu Harrell perform at Penn Center for 'Gullah Gullah Island'
Rhythm Nation
Storytellers share 'different things' - Storyteller Don Harrell and wife with students
Diversity R.A.V.E Respect Appreciate Value Everyone - Certificate of Recognition
The Daily Report - A publication of Walt Disney Entertainment Planning & Development
African Aerobics - Course combines ancient dance, drum beat in exercise
North H'ville Students see African Dance
Drumbeat strikes rhythm of learning - Seniors getting broad education
African Traditions Widen Kids' Worlds
Africa Unplugged - Couple shares African folklore with Loris students
Celebrating Differences - Don and Tutu Harrell perform
A Cultural Celebrtion
Drums Over Wilder - Don Harrell instructs a fourth-grade class at Wilder Elementary School in Orisi Risi
Folklorists drum up interest in African music, stories
Hearing the Sound of Distant Drums - Students embrace cultural diversity
An African Beat Touches People
With the beat of his drum professor ignites movement
Infectious djembe beat transports drummer, kids
Story telling - Don Harrell of "Orisirisi" talks to students at Carver Elementary School
Students dance to beat of African folklore
Students learn to drum beat

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