Listen to the story of the Lindy Hop dance, when it moved out of Harlem and into Sweden, and see how black dancers regain their style.
Foreign policy recommends: Rough translation
This week on FP playlistwe present an episode from NPR’s Rough translation. Listen to the story of the Lindy Hop dance, when it moved out of Harlem and into Sweden, and see how black dancers regain their style.
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