#1679: Women In Dance | 51%

September 23, 2021 00:29:12
#1679: Women In Dance | 51%
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#1679: Women In Dance | 51%
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On this week’s 51%, we celebrate women in dance. We speak with a student at Julliard and take some lessons from a professional ballroom dancer, and we also speak with choreographer Helen Pickett about her creative process.

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