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Dance in May: Celebrating the Contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

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In May we celebrate the contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to our shared dance heritage. Here are a few inspiring dancers who spent some or all of their careers in the United States and whose perseverance inspired others to dance.

Sun Ock Lee (born January 14, 1943)




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Dawn Davis Loring

Dawn Davis Loring

Dance writer and historian, teacher, and advocate. Book Dance Appreciation, published by Human Kinetics. Apple podcast - Today in Dance.

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