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Katherine Dunham (1909 - 2006) was an African-American dancer and choreographer, producer, anthropologist, author and Civil Rights activist - enjoying throughout the decades one of the most successful dance careers a dancer could ever hope for. Posted on the right is a well-illustrated review of her 1945 production, Tropical Revue. It implies that much of the audience came away recognizing her originality and genius - while others simply thought she was a burlesque artist. YouTube has a good many film clips of her dancing and choreography.

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Katherine Dunham (See Magazine, 1945)

Katherine Dunham (See Magazine, 1945)

Katherine Dunham (See Magazine, 1945)

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