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Finding the power: building community, IABD gives African American artists an enduring platform.(International Association of Blacks in Dance ): An article from: Dance Magazine [HTML] [Digital]

Charmaine Patricia Warren

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The history goes like this. African Americans in dance have had to gather on their own to celebrate the black tradition in American dance. Modern dance pioneers Edna Guy and Hemsley Winfield held the "First Negro Dance Recital in America" in 1931, and Guy and Alison Burroughs organized a second one, called "Negro Dance Evening," in 1937. Much later, Alvin Ailey started his company of primarily black dancers in 1958, and Arthur Mitchell and Karel Shook formed Dance Theatre of Harlem for black ballet dancers in 1969. Brooklyn Academy of Music hosted a momentous three-day festival of blacks in dance in 1983.


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