Katherine Dunham and the Dances of the African Diaspora
Season 4 Episode 6 | 6m 57s | Video has closed captioning.
African American dance legend Katherine Dunham turned East St. Louis into an important hub of the Black Arts movement. By 1972, she directed an artist relief program, started a student dance company, and opened a museum dedicated to African art. Meet some of the city's culture keepers and watch Dunham program alums perform in front of the Katherine Dunham Museum, and in downtown East St. Louis.
Problems Playing Video? | Closed Captioning