SXU hosts Mosaics: Muslim Voices in America, Music & the Art of Breakdance

Saint Xavier University’s (SXU) Middle Eastern Studies program will host “Mosaics: Muslim Voices in America, Music and the Art of Breakdance” on Monday, March 19 at 7 p.m. in McGuire Hall. Join us to celebrate the diversity of Muslim-American artists as they share their paths to the arts and reflect on how they utilize soulful music and hip-hop dance to educate the public about Muslim-Americans. This event is free and open to the public.

Featured guest performers include:

  • The Reminders, Brussels-born emcee Big Samir and Queens-born emcee/vocalist Aja Black, a duo with soulful sounds and roots music with insightful messages.
  • Amirah Sackett, an internationally recognized hip-hop dancer, choreographer and teacher who believes hip-hop culture gives voice to those often unheard and is a way to uplift, inspire and bring change to those communities that need it the most.
  • DJ Man-o-Wax (Asad Ali Jafri)performs internationally spinning spiritual, soulful and, of course, funky music from around the world.

For more information, please contact Iman Saca, director of the Middle Eastern Studies program, at saca@sxu.edu or (773) 298-3554.