Tap Dance

Tap Dance (May 1991)
Duration: 00:29:55

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Themes: Leadership | Musical Roots and Branches | Africa and African-Americans | Poverty, Progress, and the Rise of African-American Businesses and Professionals |

Guests: Lloyd Storey, Paul D. Lee, Wilfred Little, Amani Henry Kashaka
Host : Trudy Gallant
Producer : Carlota Almanza

Summary: This show is all about tap dancing. It also includes a short reflection on the life of Malcolm X. Guests are Lloyd Storey, a tap dancer famous for his performances at the Apollo Theatre and tours with Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, he formed The Sultans tap ensemble and teaches; Amani Henry Kashaka, a youth tap dancer from Detroit; Paul D. Lee, a Malcolm X historian; and Wilfred Little, a brother of Malcolm X.