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Update: Due to concerns surrounding COVID-19, Moving in the Spirit has made the difficult decision to postpone our Unity performance, originally scheduled for March 14, 2020. We will notify our community when the performance has been rescheduled. In the meantime, please enjoy these spotlights on our inspirational dancers and leave comments of support and encouragement for our young artists!

This spring, Moving in the Spirit’s GLOW in Motion and Men in Motion performance companies will perform in Unity

Learn more about our young dancers and hear their behind-the-scenes perspectives in these inspirational spotlights!

 

 

 

 

 

Dancing in Unity: Naim Johnson

“Unity means coming together and being able to hold one another up.”

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Dancing in Unity: Zakiya Jones

“It’s important to do a show about unity right now because there’s a lot of injustice in the world.”

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Dancing in Unity: Aniah Lake

When older people see how well we can work together and how we can be together as a group, it could help encourage them that they could also be like us.”

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Dancing in Unity: Autumne Robey

“Ever since I started dancing, my body told me that this is me, this is my life.”

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Dancing in Unity: Charles Garland

“I think we should stop fighting each other and work together, because the more we work together, the more things we can achieve.”

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Dancing in Unity: Din Hudson Mustafa

“Unity means coming together and everybody celebrating each other.”

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Dancing in Unity: Corinne Nielsen

I want the audience to see the unity within the pieces, and within the entire program and dance.”

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Dancing in Unity: Gabby Richards

“Unity means that even if you’re from different religions and backgrounds, you come together for your love of a certain thing or everything.”

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Dancing in Unity: Hyaa Helal

“Unity means courage and working together, and love and being respectful to others.”

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Dancing in Unity: Andree Washington

“I want the audience to feel dazzled, amazed, like someone just came and gave them all cookies!”

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Dancing in Unity: Madison Foster

“Despite our differences, we have so many things to offer together.”

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Dancing in Unity: Rayah Hudson

“Unity means working together as a team, trying to help people out and connecting.”

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Dancing in Unity: Marlei Jackson

“The arts help people come together because they are beautiful. When I see people dance, I want to join in with them.”

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Dancing in Unity: Neriyah Callender

“Unity means being together and working together as a group.”

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Dancing in Unity: Madison Cade

“I want the audience to feel proud and to be able to tell that we put a lot of work and experience in our dance.”

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