The home of crab cakes, HBO’s The Wire and that trademark greeting, hon, hardly sounds like an international hotspot, but there is a diverse community here. Every day Baltimoreans walk alongside folks from Ethiopia, Mexico and everywhere in between.
Don’t miss the celebration of this diversity with Baltimore’s World Refugee Day at The Walter’s Art Museum, Saturday, June 22 from 1-3:30pm.
Enjoy performances by Baltimore’s favorite beat boxer Shodekeh; Sokoja
Kondorka, a musician from Darfur, sings in native masalit and fur languages while playing electric guitar, along with a host of others. Check out the full line up of events.
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