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September Newsletter
2015
Blazing Hot Deal
Don't Miss Out! Get $100 off our school assembly programs.

Email us at info@TAHIRAproductions.com for details.
PRAISE
"POWERFUL!"
"INSPIRING!"
"MOVING!"

Our CD, Rise to Freedom, has been lauded by parents, educators and artists across the country.
CD Cover Art: Ron Morris - ImLikeATaxi







"Congrats on providing us with stories that speak to us....luved it. .will pass it on to the youth in the family."
 ~ Monlade Bethea
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IN THIS ISSUE . . .
  • We continue with Storytelling in Unusual Places to give you a glimpse into the varied and diverse ways storytelling can be used.
  • Storytelling & Research is a new section where we share information on studies about storytelling. 
  • School bells are ringing! Special discount just for our monthly newsletter subscribers.
  • Wilmington Libraries promote reading with our Gift of Story program.
A Story, A Story
Let It Come!
A Story, A Story
Let It Go!

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Storytelling in Unexpected Places
Storytelling in schools. Storytelling in libraries. Not a surprise.

Can you imagine how storytelling can be used to promote critical public service messages? 

Healthy Me! A storytelling program we designed for the De-Lead Wilmington Program to teach families about lead poison prevention. 

"Your company's highly organized and creative approach toward program development was critical to the success of our program."
~ Franchon Beeks, De-Lead Wilmington Site Coordinator

TAHIRA Productions, Inc. can craft a storytelling program for any community outreach initiative. Government agencies and community service organizations are our specialty. 

Interested in how storytelling can engage your organization or community? Email us at info@TAHIRAproductions.com.
 
Storytelling & Research
Study Links Storytelling & Literacy
 
The future success of African-American children is tied to the deep African tradition of storytelling, and an important study just released has important implications for how Black people teach their children. ..>>>
Upcoming Programs
TAHIRA is proud to continue her partnership with the Wilmington Libraries to promote reading through storytelling. Catch her at Wilmington Main Library on Sept. 16 at 10 AM and Woodlawn Library on September 17 at 4 PM.
 
Blog
Check out our latest blog post, Evergreen Art.

As an artist, it is more appealing to me to create art that is evergreen, rather than art that is popular. Evergreen art inevitably is content that touches hearts. ....

Tell them a fact, they will remember it.
Tell them a truth, they will believe it.
Tell them a story, it will live in their hearts forever.