Traditional Guinea-Bissau dances in danger

In an effort to protect traditions Guinea-Bissau is setting up its own dance library. It's needed to preserve Kaboro, a dance style where women call the shots.

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    In an effort to protect traditions Guinea-Bissau is setting up its own dance library. It's needed to preserve Kaboro, a dance style where women call the shots.

    Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from the island of Orango, Guinea-Bissau.


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