Deborah says she comes from Brooklyn, and the first room she danced in was the dining room, in Brooklyn.
She says the whole thought is it's not why she dances or how she dances, it's that she dances, and that's why it's political.
And she says it's how she learns.
She says what keeps her practice going is that she keeps changing it, she keeps finding new ways, and the questions make more questions make more questions.
(to the tune of 'I'm Your Man' by Leonard Cohen, or 'Don't Fence Me In' sung by Bing Crosby.)