Talk:Arthur L. Hall
In response to the proposed deletion of this article - I believe the subject is notable because he was the organizing force behind the The Arthur Hall Afro-American Dance Ensemble, which was active for 25 years and was apparently one of the earliest and most influential dance groups to combine African and modern dance forms.
Francis Kobina Saighoe. "Traditional African American Music in Black American Socio-Cultural Interaction" African Music Editor. No 8. Dec 1996. p 28
Additionally, performances of the group were written up in publications including the NYTimes and New Yorker.
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