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Brown Sugar & Spice Book Service - African-American Children's Books & Multicultural Children's Books – true-to-life stories, for children & adults – a collection to treasure!

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Pearl Primus - Born in Trinidad in 1919 and raised in New York City, the dancer and choreographer began her career after receiving a scholarship from the New Dance Group. In 1949, with the help of a grant, she spent more than a year in Central and West Africa collecting material and documenting dances, many of them fading into history. Primus eventually opened the Pearl Primus School of Primal Dance in New York City.

Vintage Black Glamour

Roberto Bolle, photographed by Giampaolo Sgura for Vogue Japan. More male art at and www.VitruvianLens...

African Dance: MALI West African Dance, African Chants, Djembe Drums, Danza (Diansa, Dansa) - YouTube


Je pense que je vais etre un tannante

Je pense que je vais etre un tannante

Lola Flores statue in Puerto Banus - Marbella

Born, in abject poverty, Carmen Amaya started to dance at the age of four on the streets of her native Barcelona, accompanied by her father playing the guitar. By the time she was 23 she had become a star of Spanish cinema and soon after, the darling of Hollywood and Broadway.

FLAMENCO / CARMEN AMAYA : Gypsy Heart Productions

Dying swan. Maya Plisetskaya.

Portrait of a Legong dancer in Bali. 1910-1920.

Worlds Freshest Africans

Bleuets sauvages et sodomie

Bleuets sauvages et sodomie

střecha nad i

kingpin: Misty Copeland, “an unlikely ballerina,” who went from poverty to being “only the second black woman in the history of the American Ballet Theatre to gain the status of soloist.”

eye of the beholder


Alvin Ailey was an African-American choreographer and activist who founded the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in NYC. Ailey is credited with popularizing modern dance and revolutionizing African-American participation in 20th century concert dance. His company gained the nickname "Cultural Ambassador to the World" because of its extensive international touring. Ailey's choreographic masterpiece Revelations is believed to be the best known and most often seen modern dance performance.

No Glutes No Glory

No Glutes No Glory

Ricardo Graziano Sarasota Ballet

Changing of the Guard: Five Prima Ballerinas Reflect on the Biggest Change in the Dance World

Securely Insecure

Missy Elliot dance tribute

Alyson Stoner - Missy Elliott Tribute - Directed by @TimMilgram - @alysonontour @missyelliott

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En Pointe by Gary Shelly / 500px