Raram of NY and the Anthropology Department present an evening of Haitian Music and Social Critique
Come romp, rally, and ra-ra with the Haitian band making waves in Port-au-Prince and Brooklyn. Raram of NY bridges cultural and national divides with their loud and proud songs that will move your feet, right into a social movement.
The Robert A. 1925 and Catherine L. McKennan Fund for Anthropology; the Music Department; the Religion Department; the Latin American, Latino and Caribbean Studies Program; the African and African-American Studies Program; The Leslie Center for the Humanities; the Dickey Center for International Understanding; Collis Center; the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center; the Tucker Foundation; the of the Dean of Humanities; the Office of Dean of Social Sciences; the Dartmouth Office of International Initiative
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.