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Dancer Jeffrey Page makes moves for Africa


Who is Jeffrey Page? While the name might not sound familiar, in the professional dance world Jeffrey Page is one of the most sought out stars. His resume includes work with Beyonce, Cirque de Soleil, Fatima Robinson, Debbie Allen, Bill T. Jones and the FOX reality series So You Think You Can Dance. More recently, many will recognize Jeffrey's talents from the Tony Award winning Broadway musical FELA! While the accolades are great, Jeffrey has a true passion and specialization in West African dance. He stresses authenticity in his choreography stating, “this will not be Hollywood Africa" when referring to his work on So You Think You Can Dance. Jeffrey will soon be traveling to Mali for a project celebrating one of the greatest dancers of all time, the legendary James Brown. Additionally, you can catch him on the FELA! World Tour in Nigeria, South Africa and Egypt. If you haven't seen FELA! on Broadway check it out and familiarize yourself with the talent of Jeffrey Page - check the above video for a taste.

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President Joe Biden Ends Trump's Muslim Travel Ban

President Joe Biden has done away with the 2017 Muslim travel ban enforced by the former Trump administration. The travel ban included several African and Middle Eastern countries.

Just hours after having been sworn in as the 46th President of the US alongside Vice President, Kamala Harris, President Joe Biden reportedly signed 17 executive orders including doing away with the infamous Muslim travel ban. The ban, which was enforced under the former Trump administration in 2017, targeted predominately Muslim countries in the Middle East but also included several African countries such as Nigeria, Chad, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania and Eritrea.
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