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Dance for Life still supports those affected by HIV/AIDS but is looking in new directions

When Keith Elliott, Todd Kiech and Harriet Ross presented the first Dance for Life in June 1992, Chicago’s dance community was in crisis. Friends and colleagues were dying at alarming rates of a disease that no one fully understood. Dance for Life was an attempt to do something, to come together,...
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