Culture Shock Performs at 48th Annual Festival of International Students at Penn


Published on October 24, 2017

Culture Shock

Back: Jessica Ihem, Kymonne Duncan, Ugonna Amadiegwu, Nadia Fernando, Deborah Ajala, Lauren Owusu, Njambi Karobia. Front: Danielle Moky, Adetutu Gbadebo, Sidnee Nicholls, Yasin Tom Wing

The Culture Shock dance group performed at the 48th Festival of International students at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology and Anthropology on October 13, 2017 where Philadelphia Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell was among the speakers.

Culture Shock originated in 2013 at University of the Sciences through the vision of a few young women that wanted to celebrate and share a mix of African and Caribbean culture through dance and music.  As an organization, they have participated in many volunteer opportunities, and held several fundraisers. They bring awareness to cultural integration while embarking on their academic endeavors.

At the Penn museum event the group provided awareness of our majors as well as offer Swahili language phases to complement the occasion. 

Table displaying our Usciences pamphlets and teaching the Swahili Language

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