In Senegal, where people have trouble understanding and even accepting street performances, urban dancers have a tough time coping with prejudice. By focusing on these artists Siaka S. Traoré has set out to change the public’s way of thinking. A dancer himself, he takes the time to get acquainted with his subjects, study their moves and take in their styles....
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