The Blackstorytelling League of Rochester, N.Y.Inc. was formally adopted on December 4, 1994 to represent our resolve to advance appreciation of the art of storytelling and how it serves to enhance the well-being of African American people and bring delight and joy to others. We keep this history alive by working in our communities, schools, cultural centers, libraries and other learning venues, and by presenting an annual festival. Blackstorytelling League has as its major objectives the actualization of the Nguzo Saba that builds on several key values that we interpret, including:
African and American American Stories for schools, churches, community centers, special occasions
"Please No More Oatmeal...." Family Stories, Humorous Stories, Folktales and Fables
"Stories for Kwanzaa" ... Stories for Each Day of Kwanzaa
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