Humanitarian Bazaar | Events: Cedar Midnimo
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In October 2016, The Cedar of Minneapolis, Minnesota, in the United States, hosted Somali hiphop-against-violence group, Waayaha Cusub, supported remotely by Humanitarian Bazaar. Waayaha Cusub, who star in Humanitarian Bazaar’s feature documentary, Live from Mogadishu, performed three live shows and campaigned for peace and multiculturalism among Somalis and Somali-Americans in Minneapolis. Events included this one at The Cedar main stage.