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    Argentine tango party in San Francisco. All photos by Marcy Mendelson.

Salsa Night

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    Salsa Night at Little Baobab. All photos by Marcy Mendelson

The Rehearsal

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    Diamano Coura West African Dance Company rehearses in Oakland, California for the 2006 performance. All photos by Marcy Mendelson

The Rehearsal II

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    Dress rehearsal for the Diamano Coura West African Dance Company in Oakland, California. All photos by Marcy Mendelson

Carnaval Costumes

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    Costume Designer Jair Oliveira at work in his studio. Photos by Marcy Mendelson

La Feria Andalucia

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    Barcelona, Spain... Couples dance Sevillanas at La Feria. Photographs by Marcy Mendelson.

Romani Dance

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    Romani women dance Flamenco Puro in the streets of Italy. Photographs/ Copyright, Rana Halprin

Sambistas

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    Maisa Duke and her Energia do Samba dance troupe kick it up at a San Francisco nightclub. Photographs by Marcy Mendelson

Sambistas Part II

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    Maisa, Vanessa, Ingrid and Serena of Energia do Samba dance in San Francisco at Mangarosa Restaurant. Photographs by Marcy Mendelson

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tonya

I know, this is just nuts, isn't it?! I know nothing about the specifics of copyright law, but I really think you have to be doing more than just dancing someone's choreography publicly -- I think you have to be making a profit on it. So, the YouTube stuff makes no sense at all. And the wedding videographer? -- how's he or she supposed to know whether what the wedding couple is dancing on their own private day is copyright protected???

Marcy

Quite ridiculous and a waste of time, IMHO.

Terrence Taps

What an interesting story! How sad is it that after all these years the creator of the Electric Slide is spending his time defending a work that is over two years old instead of continuing to innovate? I guess the lesson for the rest of us artists and educators is to continue to creatively expand that we may avoid this sad outcome...how embarassing!

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