The History Of Stepping

Stepping is not just a hot dance craze. There is some history, pride, and perseverance in the story of stepping. Watch this video to learn more!

Stepping was first practiced in African-American universities in the US as a way of giving students a sense of empowerment.

Across Central Georgia it's not uncommon to see historically black fraternities and sororities stepping or strolling, but how did it all start?


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