Diop Adisa

I’ve written a great deal about the Kheprw Institute (KI), who has partnered with North Meadow Circle of Friends on the AFSC program, Quaker Social Change Ministry.  In the article below that was just published in NUVO magazine, Diop Adisa talks about his music, and about the influence of his father, Imhotep Adisa.  Diop has become a good friend of mine.  We’ve had numerous conversations about music and photography.

http://www.nuvo.net/music/diop-flexes-on-new-release-with-mandog/article_e5b5e97a-4c61-11e7-9a85-f7bb62c93698.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=user-share

 

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