Elizabeth Kahura was born in Kenya Africa. She is an Educator/Storyteller and Performer.
From Elizabeth's voice!
"Growing up in a traditional African village, I learned everyone has a specific role to fill in order to make the community successful. Applying this knowledge to my performances, I share the importance of cultural values, how they influence our identities, and the interdependence of individuals within the community. Concepts like the power to dream, character development, and self-empowerment come to life during the performances. Through music, performing arts, storytelling literature, and original pictures, the audience actively participates in the feeling of Africa. They learn about the cultural richness of the African lifestyle. At the end of each performance, the audience is able to identify the similarities and differences within and among cultures in various world societies. They also learn how good moral values can be shared from one culture to another. African Safari Program has continued to enlighten the world on the importance of embracing diversity and inclusion where everyone feels valued, respected, and included."