Learning African culture through dance and drums

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Art can take many forms but for one dance group in Lake Worth Beach, they’re teaching their members and the community all about African culture through the beat of drums and traditional African dances.

“Dance is art, it’s movement, it’s a different form of expression,” said Khinuu Nefer CEO/founder of Afrique Ngozi Dance and Drum Group Inc. The Afrique Ngozi Dance and Drum Group Inc. rehearses out of the Downtown Dance studio, welcoming young girls to learn about their heritage in a hands-on way.

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