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Dance on the Wind: Memoirs of a Mississippi Shaman

Performer, street and stage dancer Eno Washington tells and dances the story of how he discovered the West African roots of African-American dance. Included are details of how he learned to dance, the black dance traditions with which he grew up, his visits to West Africa and the connections he subsequently made among dances whose movements reappear under different names with each generation. Features many performances, current and historical. Produced by Marty Frame, Ivor Miller. Dist. Cinema Guild. 1992. 27 min.