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Tap Dancing Without Shoes: The History of Stepping and the Impact on Greek Life and Popular Culture Paperback – 1803
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From slavery to School Daze and Stomp the Yard, Tap Dancing Without Shoes chronicles the history of stepping and its impact on the Greek community and popular culture. With extensive research, including interviews with notable Black Greek authors, fraternity and sorority chapters, professional entertainers, and youth step teams across the country, Tap Dancing Without Shoes sets the record straight on the history of one of the world’s most exciting, dynamic, and historical art forms. Moreover, this book challenges those who are involved to take stepping beyond the realm of entertainment and harness its ability to unify communities and, perhaps most importantly, to provide a creative, educational, and inspiring outlet for America's youth.
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