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AFRICA IN AMERICA PRESENTS…BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION

Date
February 5, 2023
Time
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost
$20
Organizer’s Site
http://africainamericallc.com/africa-in-america-wear/africa-in-america-presentsblack-history-month-celebration

Enjoy a full month of African-American culture this February for Black History Month! Every Sunday, for 2 hours starting at 2 pm, Founder and industry choreographer KARA MACK will teach a workshop in honor of three particular dance/music cultures from African-Americans: Hip-Hop (90’s Only!), Majorette +Drum Major Vibes, Flag-Work, and Steppin. If you have never experienced this, you should be there; and for those of you who have, join the fun and let the nostalgia of it all put some gas in your tank as you continue to be the best you outchea!

FEB. 5TH 2-4PM (90’S HIP-HOP DANCE WORKSHOP)

FEB. 12TH 2-4PM (MAJORETTE + DRUM MAJOR DANCE WORKSHOP)

FEB. 19TH 2-4PM (FLAG-WORK DANCE WORKSHOP)

FEB. 26TH 2-4PM (STEPPIN’ WORKSHOP)

Location

Crenshaw Yoga & Dance
5426 Crenshaw BLVD
Los Angeles, CA 90043 United States
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Phone:
323-294-7148
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Organizer

africa in america
Phone
310-429-7487
Email
mackkara13@gmail.com
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