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Kariamu Welsh, Pioneer of African Dance Studies, Dies at 72

Posted On: Dec 7, 2021   |   Posted By: NY Times

Inspired by double Dutch jump rope moves she saw growing up in Brooklyn, she developed an influential dance technique based on archetypes found in African art.

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