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Re: Black Ballroom Dancers
Posted by lafemmefidele
10/18/2013  9:35:00 PM
check out blackinballroomdance yahoo group
Re: Black Ballroom Dancers
Posted by Kay
10/18/2013  10:46:00 PM
I am Afro-American and I am also natural ( hair) I am currently a ballroom dance instructor. I also compete. You should be able to teach and dance anywhere as long as you have the skills and knowledge. Some places will hire you regardless of your experience as long as you are willing to go through training. I have not recieved any racism either. It's very welcoming and a fun career to get into. Good luck!
Re: Black Ballroom Dancers
Posted by terence2
10/23/2013  11:34:00 PM


Couldnt agree more !

One of the many things that drew me towards Salsa,after all my many yrs as a Prof. in BR , and to re-think my "take", on latin dance in general, was the diversity, and, not only in music, but by the participants .

It is culturally,IMO, lite yrs ahead of B/room .
Re: Black Ballroom Dancers
Posted by Retta
2/4/2014  3:09:00 AM
zHi Kay,
I just moved to the Charlotte area and would like to learn how to swing dance. Can you me names and numbers
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