In chapter 6, for example, Myers investigates the MJDC
's, female probation officers', and medical experts' readings of the sexual histories of 'sex delinquents,' and delineates moments of agency where girls advocated for themselves in a system that sometimes saw them paradoxically as both defenceless and the problem.
Each year, this mentorship program, one of several that MJDC
runs (see "No Right Answers," May), invites one nationally recognized choreographer to mentor a group of local dancemakers.
also announced that its national mentorship program, CHIME Across Borders, will be led next year by Elizabeth Streb.