African Diasporic Dance

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When dancing, it communicates emotions and frees us from our worries and idle time is the best time of temptation. A child who has nothing positive going on in life can end up falling deep into the street life usually it ends up ugly. Jails, institution’s or death is what the street life offers today’s youth. The hip-hop culture protects thousands of youths’ lives a day worldwide dancing provides them a haven from the rest of the World. This semester I learned that rather than becoming extinct African diasporic dance survives through infusing the American culture as well as their traditions that have passed on to their descendants. These dances survived as characteristic traits and although the dances reinvented and continue to evolve

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