More than 140 girls were in attendance, as they came together to build camaraderie, express unity, and showcase their teamwork and creativity, while celebrating the culture of the African American heritage.
The empowering art of stepping dates back to early African roots, but the modern-day version as we know it begins in the early 1900s, when African American Fraternities and Sororities used stepping as a way to promote the principles of their organizations.
They came together recently to host a Stepping Boot Camp to educate, motivate and inspire young girls through arts education programs to showcase their teamwork and creativity, while celebrating the culture of the African American heritage.
The Stepping Boot Camp took place earlier this month at William Jones College Preparatory High School.
Here are a few photos from the event to cleanse your sensory palate this holiday season.