Overview

The Fort Lauderdale Story Slam is a storytelling contest in which people tell 5-7 minute true stories about their own lives. The performers include first-timers and seasoned storytellers, and the stories cover a wide range of human experience from the comical to the profound. The evening features eight storytellers and includes fun, interactive storytelling games for the audience between the stories.

The theme of the evening on August 11th is "You Can’t Judge a Book By Its Cover."

Locations

AFRICAN - AMERICAN RESEARCH LIBRARY AND CULTURAL CENTER

2650 NW Sixth St.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311
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60,000 sq. ft. museum, 300 seat theater and more than 85,000 books, documents and artifacts that focus on the experience of people of African descent....
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