Interview with Sula Evans, Singer, Songwriter, Artist, Doula, and Priestess of Mami Wata.
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Video interview of Sula Evans by Kim Vaz-Deville. Sula Evans is a singer, songwriter, artist, doula, and priestess of Mami Wata. She is a Medicine Queen in Fi-Yi-Yi tribe and a member of the Nation. Her "Shrine of the Holy Spirit" is located in the Musicians Village in New Orleans.
Xavier University of Louisiana
Mardi Gras Indians, Masking, Medicine Queen, Fi Yi Yi Tribe
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Vaz-Deville, Kim and Thomas, Lexcie, "Interview with Sula Evans, Singer, Songwriter, Artist, Doula, and Priestess of Mami Wata." (2020). Masked in Mardi Gras: Afro Diasporic Sacred Traditions in the New Orleans Carnival. 8.