Black and brown dancers are using their minds, bodies and convictions to change the world of ballet, inside and out.
Dance Theater of Harlem's Stephanie Rae Williams on why diversity is the future of ballet.
One more reason to love her.
She's got style and grace.
These women are the definition of fierce. Check 'em out! With the existence of the “Brown Girls Do Ballet” Instagram account
However, my dreams of becoming a prima ballerina ended when my body decided to change into what would serve me better for
Check out Misty's cute video with Coach above and feast your eyes on the slideshow below for a look at the stunning ballerina
"We sincerely believe that diversifying the art form at its training level will strengthen and broaden the pipeline of future
Mission accomplished. You can see the passion and purpose shine through each photo. Warning: Looking at the following images
Economic factors forced the disbanding of the Dance Theatre of Harlem Company in 2004. Now, eight years later, reading the series of pieces about the dearth of black dancers that recently ran in the UK's Guardian newspaper, it is as if Dance Theatre of Harlem never existed.