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War Dance

Author: Sylomun

I’m the tallest holding my cutlass tip in the middle is my 8 year old son and the gentleman at the end is a family member.
This was taken in 1989 at the Dance ceremony of the passing of my father.

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  1. Toni says:

    This is a wonderful photograph!
    I work with a non-profit arts organization in Philadelphia in the USA. We’re developing documentaries about some of Liberia’s premiere singers, including Fatu Gayflor, Zaye Tete and Tokay Tomah. We’re trying to find photographs and video footage of them from the late 1970s and the 1980s, and I wonder if you might know of individuals or organizations to contact to find relevant material. They were all in Kendeja with the National Cultural Troupe.
    Many thanks —


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