Come dancing

Ballroom Club hosts an activity that teaches the DC Bop.

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Come dancing

After Señora Gendive asks a question about a particular step, Instructor Morton gathers the attention of the other dancers and they all watch him repeat the step slowly.

After Señora Gendive asks a question about a particular step, Instructor Morton gathers the attention of the other dancers and they all watch him repeat the step slowly.

After Señora Gendive asks a question about a particular step, Instructor Morton gathers the attention of the other dancers and they all watch him repeat the step slowly.

After Señora Gendive asks a question about a particular step, Instructor Morton gathers the attention of the other dancers and they all watch him repeat the step slowly.

Anushka Molugu, Staff Writer

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Ballroom Dance club had a special guest come in to teach the DC Bop, a type of swing dance also known as Slow Hand Dancing on Friday, April 26. The instructor, Ray Morton, is part of the 7 Step Hand Dance Academy located in Capitol Heights, Maryland that promotes African-American dance. The activity aimed to teach students a new type of dance that they could show off in various other social events such as Prom and weddings.

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