The Trump Administration’s travel ban is causing difficulties for arts presenters nationwide, including Raleigh’s NC State LIVE -- which is bringing in The Nile Project, featuring a musician from the banned nation of Sudan among its members.
The Trump Administration’s travel ban is causing difficulties for arts presenters nationwide, including Raleigh’s NC State LIVE -- which is bringing in The Nile Project, featuring a musician from the banned nation of Sudan among its members. Peter Stanley
The Trump Administration’s travel ban is causing difficulties for arts presenters nationwide, including Raleigh’s NC State LIVE -- which is bringing in The Nile Project, featuring a musician from the banned nation of Sudan among its members. Peter Stanley
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The Nile Project at NC State Live just beats the Trump immigration ban

March 09, 2017 11:00 AM

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