Price: $310.00

    Code: 1312

    Introduces viewers to the step show, an exciting dance style popular among black fraternities and sororities. In addition to many rousing, crowd-pleasing performances, the program examines the cultural roots of steppin' in African dancing, military marching and hip-hop music, and discusses its contemporary social significance on college campuses.

    Directed by Jerald B. Harkness
    1992, 56 minutes
    Purchase: $310 Classroom Rental: $125

    * Gold Apple Award, National Educational Film and Video Festival
    * People's Choice Award, Global Africa International Film and Video Festival

    "...fascinating...a good purchase for high schools and colleges as well as public libraries, and a must for those with African American history collections." - School Library Journal

    "...a lively presentation that educates and entertains...This well-organized and informative film will have applications to multicultural, performing arts, sociology, and dance studies. Recommended for high school and college audiences." - Library Journal

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