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    Asian Americans Break Stereotypes through Urban Dancei
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    June 24, 2013 10:26 AM
    Hip hop culture expressed through music and dance is often associated with the black and Latino cultures in the United States. The youth of these cultures may have started hip hop more than 40 years ago in urban New York, but it has now become mainstream, with Asian Americans finding a prominent place in hip hop or urban dance. Elizabeth Lee reports from southern California.

    Asian Americans Break Stereotypes through Urban Dance

    Published June 24, 2013

    Hip hop culture expressed through music and dance is often associated with the black and Latino cultures in the United States. The youth of these cultures may have started hip hop more than 40 years ago in urban New York, but it has now become mainstream, with Asian Americans finding a prominent place in hip hop or urban dance. Elizabeth Lee reports from southern California.


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