PrettyBrownDancers.com is back and manifesting success.
It has been almost 3 years since #PrettyBrownDancers last posted. This website is a one-woman show and done with great intentions. Our number one intention is to recognize talented young girls and women in different genres of dance. On our social media pages, you may see pictures and videos of ballet dancers to HBCU dance lines.
The year is now 2022. For the past two years, we all have been suffering through Coronavirus. The world was suffering from the untimely passing of their love ones to this disease. We stayed home to prevent the spread. It affected most of our mental health which kept us anxious, depressed and in emotional pain. However, we began to learn through mental health advocates that it is no shame in seeking a therapist to get through the tough times and become ourselves.
As the country slowly tries to open back up and businesses recuperate from COVID-19, we as individuals have entered a new normal. #PrettyBrownDancers have watched dance companies continue to stay afloat by adding virtual classes and enacting safety precautions for individuals entering their studios. Unfortunately, some had to close down for good.
#PrettyBrownDancers is making its way back, slowly but surely. The Dance Directory is currently being advised to be more user friendly as well as promoting black-owned dance studios. Also, we are giving recognition to individuals who exhibit excellence in academics and community leadership to further inspired young black girls to become their best without stress or pressure. Furthermore, is to promote beautiful brown girls and women in ballet, tap, HBCU-style majorette, hip hop and other various forms of dance.