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BornHiawatha Zaccheus Johnson Jr.
ca., 1956
Virginia, USA

Hiawatha (b. 1956) is magician, writer, editor, musician, singer, dancer, choreographer, actor, director, composer, teacher, professor, historian, designer and playwright.


Hiawatha incorporates Afrocentric principles in his presentations. He serves as the accompanist and artist-in-residence for the Department of Dance at Randolph College and is special programs coordinator for Africa House Gallery & Studio in Lynchburg, Virginia.[1]



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