by TV One Staff
September 28, 2016
With the recent grand opening of the National Museum of African American History & Culture—all things pertaining to Black culture is at the forefront again.
Simply put, we’re what’s hot?.
And everybody knows that a big part of Black culture is the way we move when we hear a rhythmic beat:
Camille Brown, an educator and fellow at TED, explores the history of African-American dance trends. We cant lie, we’re impressed. They included everything from “The Nae-Nae” to “The Charleston. See this educational clip for yourself:
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