Appreciating Uganda’s Culture

On Wednesday evening we had the opportunity to attend the Ndere Troupe Cultural Show of African dance and music. It was fantastic!  It was held in an outdoor amphitheater (see video for the beautiful setting prior to the show- no taping allowed during the show).  A complete 2.5 hours were filled with lively colorful dancers and music showcasing the different regions of Uganda.  In addition, a buffet of traditional local foods were served and the students had their first taste of Matoke- mashed, boiled then steamed banana on which you pour stew or beans.  I’ve included a couple of other pictures. Wilkes Students Join the Dance!Can you recognize anyone in the picture below?

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Professor and Founding Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice Binghamton University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Binghamton, NY USA
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3 Responses to Appreciating Uganda’s Culture

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    Looks like fun!!

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