Amber Cifelli

3 minute read

NEW HOPE, Pa. — Amidst the sudden rain downpour, I sat beside Kasey Sanders, also known as Contra-Mestre Baiano, in the Capoeira Morro Verde barn to learn about his capoeira journey. Without knowing him, I assumed he was a native Bahian—as his name indicates—but I was soon to find out his path was a lot more interesting than I imagined.