Flash mobs for cultural literacy, history and heritage, and a little fun


What happens when you take a 20th century rock song (from U2), contemporary dancers, a church choir, an ancient but beautiful language, battery-powered amps for buskers, and use digital personal communications to mash them all up on Grafton Street in Dublin?

Great stuff:  “A Language That Will Never Die” from PBO

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