Dear Colleagues,

I’m a public affairs specialist at the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and
Cultural Heritage, and I’m delighted to invite you to our April
#50YearsofFolk Twitter chat where on *storytelling* as a catalyst for
cross-cultural understanding.

The live discussion, slated for *Friday, April 14, at 12pm ET*, serves as a
great opportunity to share insights in response to our questions, engage
with fellow Twitter chat participants, and reach a wider audience of
cultural enthusiasts online. Here’s a Storify from one of our past chats ( Please find
below a set of chat questions, in case you’d like prepare responses in

Please let me know if you’re interested in participating at your earliest



*Angelica Aboulhosn *

Public Affairs Specialist | Smithsonian Institution

Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage

202-633-0644 |

*Storytelling Twitter Chat Questions*

Q1: Share a story of an individual that changed his or her community.

Q2: What can we learn about a community from its stories that we can’t
otherwise? #50YearsFolks

Q3: Share a link to a song that tells a powerful story. Why does it
resonate with you? #50YearsofFolk

Q4: Who are the best storytellers in your community? Why? #50YearsofFolk

Q5: Share a story that your parents or grandparents told you that still
sticks with you. #50YearsofFolk

Q6: Where do you go to discover new stories? #50YearsofFolk

*Additional Information*

Chat Start Time: Friday, April 14, at 12pm ET

Chat Duration: 45 minutes – 1 hour

Chat Host: @SmithsonianFolk
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