Baltimore Living Archives: A LITTLE JUJU Podcast Live Show



SNF Parkway Theatre 1 Thu, Jul 7 7:00 PM


It's a celebration! Join Juju Bae as she celebrates her birthday and hosts a live show of the acclaimed A Little Juju Podcast with her long-time and new listeners in Baltimore! Invited by Baltimore Living Archive’s Artist In Residence, SHAN Wallace, Juju will celebrate the rich spiritual history of Black Baltimore, uncover celebratory traditions throughout the Diaspora, and explore how everyone can all just use a little juju! We'll also have a special guest interview with Trinice "Ìyá Fábùnmí" McNally, founder of the Defend Black Women March and a priestess within the Orisha Isese tradition.


Sam, affectionately known as Juju Bae, is a proud, Black millennial woman from Baltimore, Maryland with ancestral roots in West Virginia, Virginia, South Carolina and Alabama.A spiritual organizer,conjurer, and artist she believes that liberation is attainable with our ancestors’ guidance. Juju Bae is an advocate for Black folks returning to our ancestral ways of living, thriving and being in community — holistically, with Spirit and gathered together. Juju is the host of iHeart Radio Nominated A Little Juju Podcast and founder of Juju Bae—your favorite multimedia resource for all things Spirituality. It is in her destiny to support and remember alongside Black folks, the tools that our ancestors left us to regain freedoms, experience deep joy, and manifest the realities that we are owed. Juju is a proud Spelman College alum with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.


Baltimore Living Archives is a collective place keeping project that builds community and civic engagement, centered around the sharing of stories through film and media co-produced by The SNF Parkway Theatre and the Enoch Pratt Library. Baltimore Living Archives is an artist residency that invites Baltimoreans to craft and showcase media-based stories alongside two Baltimore artists with archiving practices, SHAN Wallace and Lawrence Burney. SHAN and Lawrence will develop their own work and work with the community, sharing skills and stories through a number of participatory programs. Members of the community will be invited to share their stories, explore and contextualize archives, and enjoy the findings of SHAN and Lawrence.

This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Anonymous Foundation. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit


Anonymous Foundation


  • Face masks are required at all times in the SNF Parkway except when consuming concessions in your seat.
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