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carla domingues Published on 8 May 2014 Congada Festa de São Benedito-Aparecida Advertisements

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Manchester Day Parade 2019 – Another Take

Manchester School of Samba on parade at Manchester Day 2019 [briefly from 18:32]!

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Manchester Day 2019 – MSS Dancers Speak Out!

[MSS at 2:40] KTV News Manchester. Manchester Day 2019. Manchester Day is an annual event that celebrates everything great about the city. It is a day for families, residents and visitors to get together and celebrate all things Mancunian that … Continue reading

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Manchester Day Parade 2019: En Route

The folks seen briefly at 16:35 onwards, in red and gold colours, and yellow feathers, are us (Manchester School of Samba) taking part in the 10 iteration of Manchester Day‘s Parade yesterday!

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The dancing species: how moving together in time helps make us human – Aeon

Kimerer LaMothe is a philosopher, dancer and scholar of religion. She is the author of six books, including Why We Dance: A Philosophy of Bodily Becoming (2015). Formerly on the faculty of Harvard University, she currently lives in upstate New … Continue reading

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Bolsonaro’s Brazil: Murder, God and Carnaval | Foreign Correspondent

ABC News (Australia) Published on 9 Apr 2019 “People want to break the system – and the great symbol to break the system was Bolsonaro” – Rodrigo Amorim, MP and friend of new President Bolsonaro Jair Bolsonaro vaulted to power … Continue reading

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Dancing on the brain – Psychology research at Bangor University

Dance and psychology come together at Bangor University. In an exciting boundary crossing piece of research, Dr. Emily Cross, a psychologist at Bangor University, will be working with internationally renowned contemporary dancer Riley Watts to study what happens in our … Continue reading

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Watch a Downhill Cheese-Chasing Competition in Britain | National Geographic

The Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling, in Gloucestershire, UK, is an unusual—and surprisingly dangerous—annual athletic challenge.

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► WILD RIO (Full Documentary)

Few people know that Rio is one of the greenest metropolises in the world. We follow the story of the carnival and see how the diversity of wildlife, inspires the eight million people of Rio.

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The history of the Gumboot Dance from South Africa. » GPAN

The gumboot dance (or Isicathulo) is an African dance that is performed by dancers wearing wellington boots. In South Africa these are more commonly called gumboots. The boots may be embellished with bells, so that they ring as the dancers stamp on … Continue reading

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