S2018 E2126: First African American Dancer at NYC Ballet Aims for Change

Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with the Founder of the Dance Theater of Harlem, Arthur Mitchell, to discuss his career as the first African American dancer for the NYC Ballet. Mitchell also explains how the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. made him determined to provide opportunities for children of color by opening a classical ballet school, which became the Dance Theater of Harlem.
Aired: 4/20/2018 | 0:09:30
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