WASHINGTON DC: Baakari Wilder & Kerri Edge at Dance Place
In REFORM, Baakari Wilder & Kerri Edge use tap dance as a vehicle to shed light on the racial disparities in the American criminal justice system and encourage others to advocate for legislation. This collection of tap dance monologues danced by Baakari Wilder, Omar Edwards, Joseph Webb and Abron Glover are set to urban political music, poetry, and film. The performers portray stories that highlight the African American male experience with the criminal justice system and the lasting effects on both the African American family and the community at large.
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