Healing Generations

Carol Bebelle - Culture Making

March 02, 2021 Healing Generations Institute
Healing Generations
Carol Bebelle - Culture Making
Chapters
Healing Generations
Carol Bebelle - Culture Making
Mar 02, 2021
Healing Generations Institute

Join us as Maestro Jerry Tello and Carol Bebelle discuss unity, radical hope, and culture making on the cultural continuum.

For more about Ms. Bebelle's work, please visit: www.facebook.com/AkuaProductions , https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFo8bmKsH-E&ab_channel=CarolBebelle-Topic , www.instagram.com/akuaproductionsnola ,

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Carol Bebelle Bio:
New Orleans native, Co-founder and Executive Director of Ashé Cultural Arts Center, Bebelle is a constant voice and advocate for the primal role of culture in establishing equity, justice and compassion in American society. This learning and insight was derived from her first career in human service planning that spanned two decades. Her day-to-day laboratory for this work for 21 years has been the Ashé Cultural Arts Center where the day to day was created by the intersection of culture, community and art. Her new platform is AKUA Productions NOLA where her artist self is more present in her efforts.

Show Notes

Join us as Maestro Jerry Tello and Carol Bebelle discuss unity, radical hope, and culture making on the cultural continuum.

For more about Ms. Bebelle's work, please visit: www.facebook.com/AkuaProductions , https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFo8bmKsH-E&ab_channel=CarolBebelle-Topic , www.instagram.com/akuaproductionsnola ,

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/healgenpodcast/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/HealGenPodcast

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Healing.Generations.Podcast

Carol Bebelle Bio:
New Orleans native, Co-founder and Executive Director of Ashé Cultural Arts Center, Bebelle is a constant voice and advocate for the primal role of culture in establishing equity, justice and compassion in American society. This learning and insight was derived from her first career in human service planning that spanned two decades. Her day-to-day laboratory for this work for 21 years has been the Ashé Cultural Arts Center where the day to day was created by the intersection of culture, community and art. Her new platform is AKUA Productions NOLA where her artist self is more present in her efforts.