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Self interest is an important consideration in aid. Insecurity and economic stagnation in key parts of Africa will not just be bad for Africans, it will be bad for the rest of the world. It will create more economic migrants. At its inception in 1969, Dance Theatre of Harlem held classes in a garage on 152nd Street in Harlem. The school’s curriculum was designed to give local children the same opportunities Mitchell had as a teenager. The company made its official debut on January 8, 1971, at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, with three ballets choreographed by Mitchell.
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The cast of Treme and the characters they play draw on all walks of New Orleans life. Pierce, who portrayed surly detective Bunk Moreland on The Wire, was born and raised in the city’s Pontchartrain Park neighborhood; his character’s last name, Batiste, references one of the city’s storied musical lineages. Clarke Peters (stoic detective Lester Freamon on The Wire) plays the Mardi Gras Indian Chief Albert Lambreaux, who is also a jazz bassist: His scenes were vetted by Donald Harrison Jr., a New Orleans native who straddles both worlds in real life.