Topic: Dancer

Josephine Baker, Actress, Dancer, Singer, Spy and Activist

Born Freda Josephine McDonald in St. Louis, Missouri, the Extraordinary Josephine Baker was an American-born French dancer, singer, actress, civil rights activist and spy. (Jun. 3, 1906 – Apr. 12, 1975) Baker was the first Black American female to star in a major motion picture, “Zouzou” in 1934, to integrate an American concert hall, and […]

Afro Native American Performer, Powwow Dancer

Ausben Dwayne Jordan II “Spottedeagles” also known as his performance persona “King Aus,” descends from Ghanaian/Nigerian/ and Eastern Apache Linage. Known more for being a worldwide performer in his scene, he is also an avid speaker on African and Native rights, culture and Tradition. His career paths have taken him globally, but his heart always […]

Afro Native American Straight Dancer

Michael Davis of African, Catawba Mvskokee Creek & Santee Heritage Michael Davis is a traditional dancer in the New York pow wow circuit, Michael strives to make Black and Native presence known through his diligent and respectful participation in ceremonies and Pow wows. He always strives to be seen in a dignified and graceful way as this reflects […]
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