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Wild Project presents
International Human Rights Art Festival- 2021
Shalom/Sallaam
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 at 7:30PM

Wild Project
195 East 3rd Street
New York, NY 10009
Between Ave A & B
F train to 2nd Ave, 24 hour parking garage located on Essex (Ave A) just south of Houston


December 6-12, 2021

The International Human Rights Arts Festival began in 2010 under the auspices of Amnesty International. It has now grown to an annual week-long event, offering hundreds of visual and performing artists the stage to showcase their work, share their stories and inspire social influencers, policy makers, cultural leaders and the general public to support their causes.

COVID Safety protocols at wild project
Upon entry all audience members must show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. We welcome the NYC Covid Safe App and the New York State Excelsior Pass, which provides secure, digital proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
For more information on Excelsior Pass, visit: https://epass.ny.gov.

To help us ensure a fast and efficient entry, we ask that guests using the Excelsior Pass Wallet app download the app in advance and log in prior to your visit so you have access to your documentation before arriving at the venue.

Audience members will be required to wear masks at all times within the theater. There will be no food or drink permitted within the theater.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8th, 7:30pm
SHALOM/SALAAM IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE MUSLIM JEWISH SOLIDARITY COMMITTEE (MUSIC AND COMEDY)

The Muslim-Jewish Solidarity Committee is a grassroots community where Jews, Muslims, and all are welcome. They build relationships to stand against hate through shared values and social action. nyc.muslimjewishsolidarity.org

Ryan Milov-Cordoba: Call Me Cordoba. Call Me Córdoba will present and perform an excerpt from his most recent project, Ajnabi, “Foreigner,” the first full-length record of Arabic-language songs performed and recorded by a non-Arab American. Call Me Córdoba carefully selected and arranged new versions of these popular Arabic-language songs and shared them with the original artists, sparking a new kind of conversation between American and Arabic-language artists for years to come. Ryan Milov-Córdoba (aka Call Me Córdoba) is a multidisciplinary artist and PhD Candidate in Comparative Literature at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York City. His musical work has been featured by American Muslim Today, The Morocco Jewish Times, Yvonne Saba’s The Bridge, RedBullTV Jordan, and Wikitongues. His most recent project,Ajnabi, is supported in part by a grant from the CUNY Publicslab.

Rachid Halihal and Richard Khuzami: Richard and Rachid will present Arabic songs of refugees: songs of freedom and struggle.  Sounds from Morocco, Algeria, Egypt and Palestine. Mr. Richard S Khuzami, both in his role as musician, producer and civic activist, has worked to produce and promote the finest in artistic achievement in World Music, with a special emphasis on the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East. Mr. Khuzami, of Lebanese extraction, is an accomplished percussionist, specializing in instruments from the Balkans, Anatolia, Middle East, and North Africa. Rachid Halihal is one of Morocco’s best ambassadors of music and culture. Rachid plays what he refers to as organic music —authentic music that reflects the real spirit, art, and traditions of North Africa and the Maghreb. Rachid Halihal is a world class musician specializing in the music of Morocco, North Africa, and Andalusia.A classically trained vocalist and instrumentalist, he is a virtuoso on the Oud, the predecessor of the lute, and an accomplished violinist.

Natan Badalov: Natan Badalov is a Jewish Uzbek-American comedian raised in New York City. Both on stage and on the page, he talks about things closest to him: his immigrant upbringing, his family, and the newest dollar pizza place in his neighborhood. His work has been featured on Adult Swim, New York Comedy Festival, Funnymmigrants Comedy Festival, among a host of others. He also created 'Park West', an animated series about his time in yeshiva. Currently, he produces a monthly variety show called, 'Midnight Confessions'.  For more, follow him and his eyebrows on Instagram and Tik Tok @natanbadalov.

Rachael Sage: Rachael has been making music that strives to achieve a higher level of consciousness and to promote a broader message of peace, for over 25 years. Forging a career on the premise that if she composed music that healed herself, it would necessarily help heal others. Sage has devoted much of her life examining the concepts of faith, forgiveness and empowerment through creative work that asks questions as much as provides answers, and that offers comfort and connection through melody, poetry and a generous dose of humor. Since founding her own label MPress Records two decades ago, NYC-based alt-pop artist Rachael Sage has toured with an eclectic list of artists including Ani DiFranco, Beth Hart, Howard Jones, and Grammy® winners Shawn Colvin and Judy Collins. In addition to being a six-time Independent Music Award-winning musician and producer, Sage is also a visual artist and former ballet dancer who performed with the New York City Ballet. rachaelsage.com

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