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 Post subject: Re: Color and Racial Issues in Dance and the Theatre
PostPosted: Thu Nov 28, 2013 3:09 pm 
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In the Guardian, Judith Mackrell writes about the challenges faced by Michaela DePrince and Precious Adams.

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 Post subject: Re: Color and Racial Issues in Dance and the Theatre
PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2013 2:54 pm 
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In the Washington Post, Lonnae O'Neal Parker writes a feature on 13-year-old Shannon Harkins, a student at the Washington School of Ballet and a performer in Washington Ballet's "The Nutcracker."

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In the Independent, David Lister opines about what he feels should be the redundancy of a ballet company comprised of dancers of color at the Royal Opera House.

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 Post subject: Re: Color and Racial Issues in Dance and the Theatre
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I want to add into it that Dance has no color, no face, no religion. So should one discriminate on the basis of their color and religion.
It is an art which brings people closer and lower down the proximity among peoples of different color and race.

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Pointe Magazine's June/July 2014 cover story asks the question, "Where are the Black Ballerinas?" Stacia L. Brown discusses the Pointe article in the Washington Post.

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