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Dance on: Lavinia Williams [electronic resource]

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Reminiscing about her performing career, which began with the American Negro Ballet of Eugene van Grona, Ballet Theatre, and the Katherine Dunham company, Lavinia Williams recalls the prejudice that blacks had to face first in obtaining ballet training, then in maintaining their careers. She also danced in musical comedies and films, notably Finian's rainbow and Carnival of rhythm. She discusses her work in Haiti, where she lived for 27 years.
Online
1983
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Out of Gitmo: Forever Prison

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Out of Gitmo: The story of Mansoor al-Dayfi, a Gitmo detainee released after fourteen years from the controversial US prison at the Guantánamo Bay Naval Base.; Forever prison: Draws on extensive and rare archival footage to tell the little known story of how the Guantánamo Bay Naval Base came to be used to hold people beyond the the reach of the U.S. law. In the 1990s, 70,00 Haitian refugees fled their country after a coup and ended up being detained at Gitmo.
DVD
2017
Clemons (Stacks)