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Alvon Griffin Connects Children to the Ancestors with Rhythm

Posted By Paul G February 21st, 2016 Last Updated on: August 14th, 2016

Alvon Griffin, Seminole, Powhatan, Cherokee and African heritage uses his musical talents to combat social ignorance, promote communication and mentor children in the community, with rhythm therapy- connecting youth, red & black, to our ancestors using time & focus. Trying to reconnect broken families to our ancestors.

 

Alvon Griffin Connects Children to the Ancestors with RhythmAlvon Griffin, Seminole, Powhatan, Cherokee and African heritage uses his musical talents to combat social ignorance, promote communication and mentor children in the community, with rhythm therapy- connecting youth, red & black, to our ancestors using time & focus. Trying to reconnect broken families to our ancestors.Subscribe to I Love Ancestry eNews: http://eepurl.com/CLJanAlvon Griffin is a percussionist, originator and host of Two Worlds Indigenous Radio on WMNF 88.5FM (Tampa, FL). He also teaches youth anger management & conflict resolution skills through drumming & acting/theater in the juvenile justice system & after care in Florida. He created a system, using math, how to teach rhythms.His radio show raise awareness about the finest collection of Native American music from traditional Pow Wow style to the latest from contemporary Native artists.Read More about Alvon Griffin…http://iloveancestry.com/americatoday/afro-native-truth/item/176-alvon-griffin-black-indians-seminole-two-worlds-radio-tampa-floridaWEDU ARTS PLUS is a weekly arts and culture series produced by WEDU PBS. It is devoted to telling stories of the individuals and cultural organizations that make West Central Florida – Florida’s Cultural Coast – such a vibrant region.>>—->

Posted by I Love Ancestry on Saturday, February 20, 2016


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