Dancers step and twirl white cloths during a traditional African dance.
A chorus gathers to sing "Goodbye Song" by Cynthia Erivo.
Camille Wyatt dances a solo to "This Bitter Earth" by Dinah Washington.
Yenny Giron interprets Jacqueline Woodson's poem, "The Great Migration."
Kayla Melendez recites "Without Freedom Still," a poem written by Raymond A. Foss.
The Robinsons gather around the couch to reflect on their family history.
De'Andre Johnson belts a tune while the Sankofa cast dances along.
Roshawyna Chambers and fellow cast members hit the high notes of "It's a Family Affair," by Sly and The Family Stone.
Ingrid Ellis, Mariama Kanteh, and David Diouf present an interpretation of Gil Scott Heron's poem, "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised."
Che Moorhead sings a rendition of "Grandma's Hands" by Bill Withers.
Afro Pop dancers swing to the beat of Burushaga.
Vera Afenyo imparts the message of Margaret Burroughs's poem, "The Beauty of Black."
Alanna Sibrian struts across the stage as she performs "On the Radio" by Donna Summer.
Geovany Rivera leans back as he belts "Disco Inferno" by The Trammps.
Pastor De'Andre Johnson conducts the choir as they sing a gospel medley.
The Sankofa cast grooves to the beat of "Lose Control" by Missy Elliot.
Abby Russell, De'Andre Johnson, and Camille Wilson hold hands as they sing the song "Family," from the motion picture "Dreamgirls."
Yenny Giron and Faith Bentley model traditional African clothing.
Sankofa concludes with the traditional singing of the Black National Anthem.
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