"Dancers" (title drawn from segment title card). Three women (Nomi Azulay, Donna Pollach, Joan Kent) introduce the dance, detailing that it was first created as a celebratory dance for when Saigon was liberated. Women perform interpretive dance to Vietnam war protest song in front of an audience. A second song, "Monos" (hands), is introduced as a dedication to a spiritual healer. Naomi Little Bear and Kristan Aspen play guitar and flute off-camera while the dance is performed. A third song, "Million Eyed Woman," is introduced by Naomi Little Bear as an anti-rape protest song. Donna Pollach and Nomi Azulay perform as Naomi Little Bear sings and plays guitar, and Kristan Aspen plays flute.
Credits: "Made in solidarity with Vietnamese women, all incarcerated sisters. Yvonne Wanrow, Lolita Lebron, Susan Saxe, Inez Garcia, Joann Little. And women everywhere who fight back." Production credits: Camera, Elaine Velazquez; Sound, Bells; Editing and Design, Eileen O'Shea Music: Kristan Aspen, Naomi Little Bear and the Red Star Singers. Dancers: Nomi Azulay, Joan Kent, Donna Pollach. With thanks to: Mountain Moving Cafe, Creative Outlet.
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