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Charlotte Amalie
Friday, September 20, 2019
Fri September 20, 2019 10:46 PM

Cultural Day 6

Earth Mama’s Pan African Dance Company perform while providing decorated bowls for attendees to leave donations instead of traditional money spraying, which is the act of sticking money to a performer’s forehead. (Bethaney Lee photo)

Intermediate skilled students of St. Thomas Majorettes, a nonprofit organization teaching students baton twirlingwho, sparkle in gold and black outfits while performing their routine. (Bethaney Lee photo)

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Earth Mama’s Pan African Dance Company perform while providing decorated bowls for attendees to leave donations instead of traditional money spraying, which is the act of sticking money to a performer’s forehead. (Bethaney Lee photo)
Members of the Macislyn Bamboula Dance Company swirl and twirl to entertain large groups of spectators. (Bethaney Lee photo)

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