A Black Woman Wrote A Letter About The Racism She's Faced For Being A Bollywood Fan
"I listen to Bollywood songs every day – I have Indian channels on my TV because of that and for me that is normal! That's my life, so I don't understand how, because of my skin colour, people can laugh or not take my passions seriously."
How Disaster And Tragedy Spawned A Radical Music Movement In Haiti
Notorious for blending the political and profane, denounced for its roots in Vodou, rabòday music is the defiant — and wildly popular — sound of a new, disaffected generation of Haitians. As the country prepares for long-awaited elections starting in August, stars of the genre have become unusually influential by turning public anxieties into dance-friendly anthems.
Inspiring Story Of Man Who Lost His Leg In Earthquake Returning To The Dance Floor
Thirty-two-year-old Georges Exantus thought he'd never dance professionally again after the earthquake in Haiti three years ago took his leg. But thanks to a prosthetic leg, he's back doing what he loves, whether it be the salsa, cha-cha, or samba.