Tracing the African American dance from the Diaspora to the dance
floor, this book covers a social history germane not only to the
African American experience, but also to the global experience of
laborers who learn lessons from hip hop dance. Examining hip hop
dance as text, as commentary, and as a function of identity
construction within the confines of consumerism, the book draws on
popular cultural images from films, commercials, and dance studios.
A bibliography, discography, and filmography are included.
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