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I once saw my wheelchair as a deterrent to my dancing. Now. I’ve learned to embrace this new reality.
Serving up some new projects from the intermediate multimedia students! They explored different mediums during the Bridge Winter 2018 session.…
For most of the girls that I got the opportunity to interview, African dance is an outlet for them. It is something that either ties them to their culture or simply gives them a space to feel safe and express their passion for dance.
For me dance isn’t only a sport, it’s a way to escape the struggles in my community.
Turf dancers put their bodies on the line every time they go out and perform. Naturally, they are concerned about whether…
I went from being tired and wanting to be left alone to just wanting to move I was feeling lighter, infinite and stronger.
Raised with the values and morals of a Trinidadian, I soon began to find an interest in my own culture.
Despite practicing for at least 12 hours a week, nine months a year for the last four years, my sport…