Amal Walks Across America: We Have A Dream

Sun, Oct 8
Woodruff Arts Center

Little Amal – whose name means 'hope' in Arabic – is a 12-foot puppet of a refugee Syrian child who has traveled to 13 countries. This fall she journeys 6,000 miles from Boston to San Diego and visits 35 cities and towns in the United States.

See Little Amal during her special visit to the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta beginning on the Sifly Piazza. Amal will meet youth artist-activists in Atlanta, and together, they will carry forward a message of a different world in the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr.

Presented by the Alliance Theatre and the High Museum. In partnership with the Global Village Project and Refuge Coffee Co. This event is also supported by Alif Institute, Mayor’s Office of International & Immigrant Affairs.  

Amal Walks Across America is produced by The Walk Productions in association with the Handspring Puppet Company.

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