Program 1-LHHP-"The Living History Heritage Project"
2 Week Philadelphia, PA Tour
Venue: African American History Museum
"The Living History Heritage Project" (dramatic re-enactments and Timbuktu Exhibit) currently is a "living history" touring educational
enrichment dramatic work that involves 2 historical reenactments plus a traveling museum exhibit "The Timbuktu Exhibit". The 2 historical
reenactments are: "The Life & Times of Omar ibn Sayyid"ÿand "Abdul Rahman Ibrahima-The Prince Among Slaves"
These productions are replete with authentic costuming, artifacts, and props. *Special feature for educational institutions includes
interactive workshops and Q&A.
ÿThe Living History Heritage Project" will be hosted 2 weeks at African American History Museum , a Philadelphia, PA public venue and
promoted to Philadelphia Private, Parochial, Charter and Public Schools, as well as the General Public. A special guest humanities lecturer
will be included on Saturday General Public event.