Edith Segal

Edith Segal (1902-1997) was a member of the Needle Trades Workers Industrial Union and a resident of New York City’s Lower East Side. She was best known as being a leftist dancer and for her choreographed dances on race relations, including Scottsboro and Black and White. She staged dances for Communist Party rallies and helped found the Workers Dance League. In her later years, she taught at Camp Kinderland, a Jewish-socialist camp.

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