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Hailing from Guinea, Natu Camara is one of its brightest musical stars and a committed activist for the empowerment and education of girls and women in west Africa. Along with her multinational band in NY, she brings a fresh new sound to us with "Dimedi" (which means Child in her native language, Sousous). Natu’s foundation supports local organizations to mentor and empower young girls and support education as a tool to reduce poverty in Guinea. She finds a way to speak to the silent minority through her music.
Natu lives between Conakry (Guinea) and New York and is a music winner of the prestigious 2020 NYC Women’s Fund for Media, Music and Theatre. She is also one of 12 new artists at 2021’s GlobalFEST performed this year virtually on NPR’s Tiny Desk platform. Natu continues to find ways to bring her music to the world, recently winning a Creative Engagement, Creative Learning and UMEZ Arts Engagement grant from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council with a performance scheduled in Harlem, NY for the Fall 2021 or Spring 2022.
** Natu Camara is performing as part of Immigration Arts Summit **