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Philadelphia's Afrocentric Storytelling Group

"Telling Our Story, Claiming Our Glory"

KOTC Logo (c) 1996 Columbus Knox

"Our children may hear about hero's of the past, out task is to make ourselves architects of the future"

Jomo Kenyatta

~ KOTC LIFE MEMBERS ~

Karen "Queen Nur" Abdul-Malik

Nashid Furaha Ali

Storyteller For Peace...Before Black Panther...we had Brother Ali, 

a griot for peace & unity.

Contact Nashid

Charlotte Blake-Alston

RON CARTER

Poet drummer & Historical Re-enactor

Contact Ron

BARBARA EASLEY-COX

CAROLIESE FRINK-REED, Phd.

WANDA GIGETTS

DARLENE MURPHY

ATIYA OLA SANKOFA

Keepers Of The Culture Members 2018

Nzinga Asel-El

Warrior woman stories!

CONTACT NZINGA

Janice "Jawara" Bishop

Jawara tells her grandfather's tales, original and fictional stories. 

CONTACT JAWARA

Karen Blaylock

Sunshine, Sparkles & Stories!

CONTACT KAREN



Bernadette "Birdy" Banks

We welcome our newest member as of May 2018! 


CONTACT MS. BIRDY

Toure Clark

Your space is here!

Join KOTC to get your story on!

Irma Gardner-Hammond

Storytelling Irma with guitar in hand, brings alive stories with music and interactive songs!

CONTACT STORYTELLING IRMA

Saundra Ellis Hill

Erma Holmes

Oni Lasana

Storytelling...everything is possible!

A variety of cultural enrichment programs for all audiences.

CONTACT ONI

Roland Hasan Sharpe

Mama Carla Wiley

"Mom Read" is a librarian, storyteller and sharer of stories for everyone!

CONTACT MAMA CARLA

Rev. Denise Troutman-Wooten

CONTACT DR. WOOTEN

Baba Seth Yeldell

Stories for all ages.

Cousin Millie

Family stories from your favorite cousin!

Supporter/Donors

NICOLE WEST

Give thanks & praises for your generous donation!

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Sign up to hear from us about workshops, performances and events!

Performances ? Workshops ? Events ?

Book KOTC as a ensemble! Questions?

Meetings & Story Sharing

Join us for our business & creative meeting. 

We offer the latest storytelling news you can use, to enrich you & your repertoire!


MONTHLY : 2nd Saturday


2018

JUNE 9 : JULY 14 : AUGUST 11 : SEPTEMBER 8 : OCTOBER 13 : NOVEMBER 10 : DECEMBER 8


10:15 AM - 12:30 PM


Voice:  267-761-1433

www.KOTCinc.org


KOTCorg@gmail.com


"Bring a friend, a story, a poem, a song, musical instrument & sound the drum! 

Join with KOTC to share the glory of  our story!

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ATIYA OLA'S SPIRIT FIRST FOODS

318 South 48th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19143, United States

215.989.3298

 

AYA the Adinkra symbol of endurance and resourcefulness. 

The fern is a hardy plant that can grow in difficult places. 

"An individual who wears this symbol suggests that he has 

endured many adversities and outlasted much difficulty." 

(Willis, The Adinkra Dictionary)


With YOU : KOTC grows!

KOTC is a non-profit organization. 

Your generous tax-deductible donations will fund our mission. 


Your support will also allow us to bring quality arts-in-education programs to under served schools and neighborhoods in Philadelphia and in the PA, NJ, DE tri-state area.


KOTC accept checks or money orders via  KOTC  P. O. Box 15083, Phila. PA 19130.


ALSO, for your convenience feel free to securely submit your credit or debit card for membership payments or a donation by clicking on the PAY PAL  button below. 

Thank you!

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