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SAA-uk joined Leeds Library in October 2014 for a day of culture to celebrate Black History Month. Presenting Bharatanatyam and Kathak dance, Indian classical music and poetry in Urdu and English. Photos by Amardev Gahir

SAA-uk joined Leeds Library in October 2014 for a day of culture to celebrate Black History Month. Presenting Bharatanatyam and Kathak dance, Indian classical music and poetry in Urdu and English. Photos by Amardev Gahir

SAA-uk joined Leeds Library in October 2014 for a day of culture to celebrate Black History Month. Presenting Bharatanatyam and Kathak dance, Indian classical music and poetry in Urdu and English. Photos by Amardev Gahir

SAA-uk joined Leeds Library in October 2014 for a day of culture to celebrate Black History Month. Presenting Bharatanatyam and Kathak dance, Indian classical music and poetry in Urdu and English. Photos by Amardev Gahir

Telling the tales of teen slaves, brothel workers and dancing girls, in their own words, the fascinating photos and reports have been published by Barnardo's as part of Black History Month.

Telling the tales of teen slaves, brothel workers and dancing girls, in their own words, the fascinating photos and reports have been published by Barnardo's as part of Black History Month.

Duke Ellington at the piano, with dancer Charles 'Honi' Coles and Billy Strayhorn looking on, in the Stanley Theatre, c 1942-1943

From Duke Ellington's ivories to Satchmo's riffs: The black and white images captured by Charles 'Teenie' Harris that re-tell the musical history of black America in the 20th Century

"Duke Ellington at piano, with dancer Honey Coles and Billy Strayhorn looking on, in the Stanley Theatre" by Teenie Harris (c. © 2006 Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh

Dead people dancing because they're finally free from gender Attribution stuff: Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=81408

Ozark Witchcraft, Superstition, and Folklore

1493 Michael Wolgemut - Dance of Death. This image is the Dance of Death in the German printed edition, folio CCLXI recto from Hartman Schedel's Chronicle of the World (Nuremberg, thought to be created by Michael Wolgemut (b. Nürnberg, d.

Gwendlyn Graham the world champion charleston dancer (centre) with the chorus of the “Blackbirds”  during rehearsals, on the roof of the Pavilion Theatre, London. Sep 1926

Gwendlyn Graham the world champion charleston dancer (centre) with the chorus of the “Blackbirds” during rehearsals, on the roof of the Pavilion Theatre, London.

Notting Hill Carnival 1990-2010 Giles Moberly

Public School designers Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow share the mood board behind their fall 2015 collection.

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