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Counts of African tradition at the Cambrils Cultural Center

he said May 12, Cambrils viurà an afternoon dedicated to the African culture. At 6:00 p.m., the Cameroonian writer Inongo-vi-Makomé will explain tales of African tradition to the Municipal Cultural Center at 20:30 is projected a selection of curts africans in the last session of the Solidarity Cinema Cycle.

the contact d’Inongo-vi-Makoméadreçat infants from 6 years, is organized by Cambrils Ciutat Solidària Cooperation Council i s’ha inclòs dins de la programació de maig of the municipal library. The presentation of the writer encouraged the care of the mayor of Cambrils, Oliver Kleinand the councilor of Cooperació, Juan Carlos Romero.

Inongo-vi-Makomé He goes to Lobé-Kribi (Cameroon), he goes to study in Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea and Spain and currently resides in Barcelona, ​​where he is dedicated to literature and storytelling.

In 1998 he will publish the seva first novel·la (Rebellion). His seva oeuvre is composed of novels, stories, short stories, plays and assajos about African immigration or the black population in Europe. In the seves publications of him I can find a critical but inclusive missatge i ple d’humanitat, of a person who malgrat tot, is optimistic and believes that a million million is possible.

The writer has promoted and jointly leads the project with the NGO Agermanament sense Fronteres “The house of culture of Lobé” to Kribi (Cameroon), which compta amb the collaboration of the City Council of Cambrils. The project consists of a reading center with a library and an integrated hostel that will be sustainable and will help promote responsible tourism with the culture of the area.

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the mateix May 12 to them 6:00 p.m. is projectarà a selection of four curts africans: The Nobody (2021), Sulayman (2018), MYA (2021) and Al-Sit (2019) to the cinema Rambla de l’Art in Cambrils. The session is part of the quart Cicle de Cinema Solidari “The sea of ​​cinema, the sea of ​​solidarity” organized by ACTE, the Banc del Temps and the Department of Participation of the City Council.

D’altra banda, dins la programació of the municipal library, el dijous May 26 at 12 noon, will offer an alternative “count time” to the Cultural Center related to Africa. In these cases, it is a matter of the solidarity conte “The petit Toubab travels to the country of the Teranga”written by The Toubab with illustrations of Bali Eyebrows.

The book is based on the true story of a boy with a Catalan and a Senegalese mother who travels for the first time to the country of the seva mare per conèixer d’on se. The conte col·labora amb l’Associació Cultural “The Veu between Cultures”to contribute to the supply of food and basic necessities to infants under 18 months of age who are abandoned or in a perilous situation.

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