highlights 2008 Wofabe African Dance Fest

highlights 2008 Wofabe African Dance Fest

Published on Jan 13th, 2009 | 10 Minuets 12 Seconds | Rating E

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"Cultural Caravan" TV presents highlights of the third annual Wofabe African Dance festival. The program features an interview with the coordinator, Karen Love, and excerpts from the featured dance troupes.

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