Dance/NYC's Alejandra Duque Cifuentes talks about immigrant artists, looking at your relationship to oppressive systems before taking on social justice work, and the state of dance today ... and tomorrow.
If your company doesn't have a sexual harassment policy, this Q&A with BalletMet's Sue Porter will help get you started or review your policy.
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