WIP Issues

  • From the editor. By Debora Kodish, p. 3
  • Honoring Ancestors: Notes from an Exhibition, p. 4
  • Introducing the Liberian Women's Chorus for Change by Toni Shapiro-Phim, p8
  • Music can turn your heart around by Ruth M. Stone, p12
  • Notes from FACTS by Debora Kodish, p16
  • Annsumane Sillá & Lela Aisha Jones by Toni Shapiro-Phim, p18
  • Bangladeshi American youth: migration, memory & visibility by Fariha Khan, p20

 

  • From the editor. By Debora Kodish, p. 3
  • Kathryn Morgan (1919 - 2010). By Debora Kodish and Marilyn White, p. 4
  • The ancestors are alive as long as they are remembered. By Linda Goss, p. 6
  • Yvette Smalls: Beauty is as beauty does. Interviewed by Caroliese Frink-Reed, p. 8
  • Cultural Exchange, p. 12
  • Announcing a new Community Supported Art program, p. 16
  • We Cannot Keep Silent. By Helen Gym, Ellen Somekawa, and Joan May Cordova, p. 18
  • Midweek hairdo. By Katrina Hazzard-Donald, p. 22
  • Isaac Maefield: Art empowers. Interviewed by Debora Kodish, p. 24
  • PFP turns 25, p. 30
  • From the editor. By Debora Kodish, p. 3
  • "Our stories are for survival": Gbahtuo Comgbaye, Liberian storyteller. p. 4
  • Sattriya. By Madhusmita Bora. p. 6.
  • "We're going to continue walking": South Philadelphia's Carnaval de Puebla. By Leticia Roa Nixon (Ahdanah). p. 10
  • "Vamos a seguir caminando": Carnaval del Sur de Filadelfia al Estilo de Huetjotzingo. Por Leticia Roa Nixon (Ahdanah). p. 12
  • The education of a storyteller. By Irma Gardner-Hammond. p. 16
  • ​Lessons on the way to the President's House. By Germaine Ingram. p. 2
  • PFP doings. p. 30 

 

  • From the editor. By Debora Kodish, p. 3
  • "Our stories are for survival": Gbahtuo Comgbaye, Liberian storyteller. p. 4
  • Sattriya. By Madhusmita Bora. p. 6.
  • "We're going to continue walking": South Philadelphia's Carnaval de Puebla. By Leticia Roa Nixon (Ahdanah). p. 10
  • "Vamos a seguir caminando": Carnaval del Sur de Filadelfia al Estilo de Huetjotzingo. Por Leticia Roa Nixon (Ahdanah). p. 12
  • The education of a storyteller. By Irma Gardner-Hammond. p. 16
  • ​Lessons on the way to the President's House. By Germaine Ingram. p. 2
  • PFP doings. p. 30 

 

  • From the editor. By Debora Kodish, p. 3
  • Parallel Destinies: notes from a collaboration. p. 4
  • Ngo Thanh Nhan: scholar, musician, activist. By Elizabeth Sayre, p. 6.
  • Why wouldn't you be learning this? Kurt Jung. By Elizabeth Sayre, p. 10.
  • "This is such a beautiful thing to do:" Wu Peter Tang's music. By Elizabeth Sayre, p. 12.
  • Under Autumn Moon. By Joan May Cordova and Kathy Shimizu. p. 14.

 

  • From the editor. By Debora Kodish, p. 3
  • Kulu Mele in Guinea: Travel Stories. A conversation with Baba Robert Crowder, Ama Schley, Payin Schley, Dorothy Wilkie and others, p. 4
  • Tatreez: Palestinian Women's Needlework in Philadelphia. By Nehad Khader, p. 6.
  • Do these stories exist in other families? By Linda Goss, Yvonne Devastry and Jeannine Osayande, p. 10.
  • Building a town with dance and drum. By Dr. Ruth M. Stone, p. 12.
  • Chayyam. By Toni Shapiro-Phim, p. 14.
  • Does it Cure Homesickness? By Germaine Ingram, p. 18.
  • Doings at PFP, p. 30.

 

  • From the editor. By Debora Kodish (with Germaine Ingram), p. 3
  • In memory of LaVaughn Robinson. By Germaine Ingram
  • From then on, I never dropped the sticks: Elaine Hoffman Watts. By Elizabeth Sayre
  • 50 years ago, I played the same way: excerpts from interviews. [on Philadelphia klezmer]
  • Felix 'Pupi' Legarreta, charanguero mayor. By Elizabeth Sayre
  • You think you're gonna change that white man's law? By Lois Fernandez
  • Bootstraps. By Suzanne Povse
  • Behind the scenes at PFP

 

  • From the editor. By Debora Kodish, p. 3
  • African song / new contexts: an interview with Fatu Gayflor. By Toni Shapiro-Phim and Tim Nevins
  • War and wealth: music in post-conflict Liberia. By Ruth M. Stone
  • Music as a tool for liberation: Seku Neblett's work in Philadelphia. By Elizabeth Sayre
  • The freedom to feel whatever you feel: Adeeb Refela. By Elizabeth Sayre
  • All that we do. By Toni Shapiro-Phim and Debora Kodish

 

  • From the editor. By Debora Kodish, p. 3
  • We try to be strong: Pang Xiong Sirirathasuk Sikoun. By Sally Peterson, p. 4
  • The witnessing of patience: Losang Samten. By Toni Shapiro-Phim, p. 8
  • The Big Red Songbook: 100 Years of Wobbly Songlore. By Archie Green, p. 10
  • My art is my passion. By Vera Nakonechny, p. 12
  • What you got to say? Eric Joselyn's art. By Debora Kodish

 

  • From the editor. By Debora Kodish, p. 3
  • Masked men of Cambodia. By Toni Shapiro-Phim, p. 4
  • Dancing the monkey role. By Thavro Phim
  • Community Fabric. By Debora Kodish
  • My people have alwsys worked with cloth. By Betty Leacraft
  • Spirit Talks. By Ayesha Rahim
  • Stories from the shop floor. By Suzanne Povse
  • Giving away photos. By Debora Kodish