Twisted Storytellers, Arab American National Museum Celebrate Black History Month with ‘Freedom Stories’

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Stephen Henderson (far left) speaks with Satori Shakoor (middle left), Shahad Atiya (middle right), and Dave Serio (far right)

On Friday, February 1, the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn will host The Secret Society of Twisted Storytellers, in collaboration with ACCESS, to tell “Freedom Stories”.

The storytellers — coached by Twisted Storytellers host Satori Shakoor — will tell their personal freedom stories. The event is helping ring in Black History month at the Arab American Museum.

Detroit Today host Stephen Henderson is joined by Shakoor, featured storyteller Shahad Atiya, and Dave Serio of the Arab American National Museum.

To hear the conversation, click on the audio player above.

Listen to WDET’s Twisted Storytellers podcast, hosted by Shakoor.

Image credit: Arab American National Museum

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