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Member Profile : Oba William King

Member Type:Individual
Member Name: Oba William King
Member Bio: Oba William King shares more than a surname with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Like the revered civil rights leader, Oba has a dream and is on a mission to make a difference in the world. Drawing on the teachings and philosophies of Dr. King and others, Oba uses his gifts as an actor, musician and storyteller to share his celebration of heritage and diversity and to bring a message of hope and inspiration.

King is the founder and director of JUSTUS Arts Education Program for Youth, a Chicagobased organization that uses arts to help students and others appreciate their own abilities to make positive contributions to society. King believes that Ã
Member Address: 1634 E 53rd Street #143,
  Chicago,
  Illinois,
  United States
Member Phone: 773-288-0800
Audience: K-12 Schools, Church, Community Center, Administrative, Educators, Artist Resource - Development, Cultural, Diversity.
Story Types: African, Original, Personal
Story Programs: Check out Oba "live!

CREATION
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pADIv3EslwE

EAGLES/CHICKENS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_TTKs5aX2I

STORYTIME / ANY TIME
http://www.richtonparklibrary.org/storytime.aspx?id=9

Wichita, Kansas 2013
http://wpstv.usd259.org/modules/groups/homepagefiles/gwp/1521178/1505280/Media/2012-2013%20Videos/SN022_13-Story3.wmv
Does Workshops?: Yes
Workshop Descriptions: Hands on, Interactive, All Ages. Storytelling, Drama, Poetry... Writing Writing and Communication Skills. Family Literacy Programs and Reading Comprehension activities
Age Range: Pre-K,K-5,6-8,9-12,Adults
Will Travel: Yes