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Brides of the Nile

The Sudan is a multicultural country in North Africa with a rich historical background. The Brides of the Nile is a collection of Sudanese born young ladies who grew up in America. They carry influences of both the Sudanese and American cultures. The girls are also politically and socially aware of these cultures and their similarities and differences. The widespread human rights abuses and the continuous disagreement between the political parties and tribes forced the group to move.

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International Refugee Day: Brides of the Nile 6/18/04: International Refugee Day: Brides of the Nile

International Refugee Day: Brides of the Nile features the music and dance of Sudan, in recognition and celebration of millions of refugees who have contributed to and enriched cultures throughout the world.

International Refugee Day: Brides of the Nile

International Refugee Day: Brides of the Nile features the music and dance of Sudan, in recognition and celebration of millions of refugees who have contributed to and enriched cultures throughout the world.

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