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Features in the February 2013 Edition:
1. Why an Affinity Group based on Race? by Lysa Monique Jenkins-Hayden
2. A Salute to Black History by Lysa Monique Jenkins-Hayden
3. What DMT can learn from African Psychology by Dr. Angela Tatum-Fairfax
4. Healing Aspects of Bomba: An Autoethnographic Study by Maria “Mara” Rivera
5. Power to the Imagination! by Erika Barrington
6. From PhD to DMT: A Journey Towards Creativity by Dr. Crista Gambrell
We had a blast at the conference! Can't you tell by the smiles in our picture? The members of the BAAD Affinity Group were proud to be seen and heard! "Do you see me?" "Do you hear me?" "Do you feel me?" (quoted from the plenary performance). You had to be there to understand! If you missed the plenary performance and discussion, you certainly MISSED an opportunity to see incredible and groundbreaking mixed methodology of African and Latino dance/song/poetry ! It was a triple threat! Better luck next year in New Mexico! You can be sure if nothing else it will be BAAD!