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The Roots of Black Dance (The Roots of Black Dance)

The Roots of Black Dance

Join noted African and African American dance scholars for an insightful lecture on the evolution of African American dance.

  • Mon., Apr. 18, 2005, 6:00 PM
  • Rehearsal Room - Hall of States
  • 90 minutes
  • $12.00
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From social dancing, to dance as a form of protest, to spirituality in dance, movement has always held an important role in African and African American arts. Join noted African and African American dance scholars for this insightful lecture as they explore the history and evolution of African American dance.

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