Dancing the Story of Hayti, Haiti, and Durham

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“Whooooo!” Aya Shabu belts out the shriek of a factory whistle in the Power Plant Gallery as she and Dasha Chapman begin a narrative dance about the African American women who processed tobacco in Durham’s cigarette factories.

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