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Hip Hop Dancers Break Through Stereotypes and Connect with Israeli Youth March 2012

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Published on Apr 20, 2012

Performing, teaching, talking the talk and walking the walk, the U.S. State Department-sponsored Rennie Harris Puremovement Hip Hop Dance Company took Israel by storm capturing the hearts and minds of Jewish and Arab youth throughout the country. Disproving the misperception of hip hop as violent and undisciplined, the dancers showed through personal example how a rich art form based on a vibrant Afro-American culture draws inspiration from many urban sources and molds them all into a new life-affirming genre. These cultural Ambassadors underscored how the spirit of diversity and multiculturalism interact to create something new and powerful, which is the strength of American society

See the photos on: http://www.flickr.com/photos/usembass...

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