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Celebrity Choreographer and Professor of Dance at the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance Supports At-Risk Women and Children

Julie Anderson and Saleemah E. Knight attend the Feminine Collective: Raw and Unfiltered Vol. 1 book launch 

Saleemah E. Knight, celebrity choreographer and professor of dance at the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance, attended the Feminine Collective Foundation book launch on Thursday, Jan. 28 at Palihouse in West Hollywood, Calif. to support at-risk women and children.

A jazz and dance history expert, Knight was joined by Rachel Hunter, Kat Rudu, Sally Struthers, Melia KreilingSusan Holmes-McKagan, Anne-Marie Johnson, Cheryl Tiegs and former professional dancer and choreographer Ruth Connell in celebrating the release of the book, Feminine Collective: Raw and Unfiltered Vol. 1: Selected Essays and Poems on Relationships with Self and Others.

The leading ladies of the entertainment industry were spotted mingling with co-founders of Feminine Collective Foundation Julie Anderson and  Marla J. Carlton. They chatted about the importance of creating leaders out of women and elevating one’s career for a greater good.

 “I’m not a feminist. I’m a humanist,” said Feminine Collective’s Julie Anderson during an inspirational conversation.

Throughout the night, guests enthusiastically purchased autographed copies of Feminine Collective: Raw and Unfiltered Vol. 1, observed powerful artwork and lounged in the urban lodge atmosphere of Palihouse.

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