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Young ballerina Charlotte Nebres has made history this holiday season. Vintage Christmas always was a trip, to the ballet "The Nutcracker". 2019 NYC Ballet's "The Nutcracker" makes history.
The 11 year old became the first Black American dancer cast in the leading role of Marie in the New York City Ballet’s production of “George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker.” The ballet company premiered this annual event in 1954.
Charlotte, a student at the School of American Ballet in New York City, is one of two dancers alternating the role of Marie. Two other young performers are alternating as the Nutcracker Prince. The New York Times noted that child dancers are typically double cast.
“It’s pretty amazing to be not only representing [the School of American Ballet] but also representing all of our cultures,” Charlotte told The New York Times in an article published Thursday. “There might be a little boy or girl in the audience seeing that and saying, ‘Hey, I can do that, too.’”
The four young leads cast in “The Nutcracker” this year make up a diverse group, the Times reported. Besides Charlotte, there is Tanner Quirk, her prince, who is half-Chinese. Sophia Thomopoulos, who is half-Korean and half-Greek, is the other Marie. Kai Misra-Stone, who is half-South Asian, is cast as Sophia’s prince.
Charlotte told the Times that she is inspired by Misty Copeland, who became the first Black female principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre in 2015. Earlier this week, Copeland shared a photo of Charlotte on her Instagram account
Charlotte told the Times that she feels like she can “do anything when I dance.”
“To me, it just feels like when I dance, I feel free and I feel empowered,” she said.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.
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Colorism in the US, and UK, was used to divide black and brown people to go against each other. The lighter to white you are the more opportunities you will have in the white majority world and resources...
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End Colorism, the whiter you are the better you are. Brainwashing that go on for generations. I have been to Brazil, I will not visit again, unless I join the Activist, their for Unofficial Apatheid take-down. Only good education and healthcare can turn it around. Right now, I can only deal with my people's issues, here in America.
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When I go in other Latin or Asian countries, Blacks around the world, most of the time they never say, they are Black. When I am around people with Spanish Culture, they say they are not black, like it is some sort of disease. So I do not argue with them, in another country, because is it so ingrained, and they are okay with not saying they are black. Mixed or Bi-racial is the answer they give me. Oh well, far be it on me to tell you, your history. Too Black for Brazil. Black is Beautiful!
Activists are trying to change Colorism. Divide and Conquer, Society has demonize Minorities pains, impoverish ills, and ethnicity, and divide us with accusations, (like rape, guns, killings, immigration, etc), and turn minorities against each other. Come together and make a solutions. End Colorism. This is why Puerto Ricans & Domician
This Afro-Latina confronts Colorism with music producers, and was not having this man, Colorism! Dark Skin is beautiful.
Colorism is the concept of darker melanin skin, because of white supremacy brainwashing, you are considered ugly and dumb. Colonialism says that the darker you are, your are not considered to be intelligent, or a fully functioning human, as the caucasion and asiatic humans.
What a load of bunk..! This Article is about Colorism, Cliques, and Colonialism.
Because of Caucasion and Asiatic human have had a good run of Monarchy, Many cultures have now come to this conclusion, that what Caucasion and Asiatic human say, is law. Huh. Wars and stripping countries of their resources, including people. Well, for people who live simply, and have not stolen their resources and the Monarchy is looking to steel your resources. You want to keep the peace. You can disagree, but then these cultures have more resources than you, and you need the resources they stole. Well, you tend to think the way they do, because you need resources for your family.
People will believe you, when you have other people backing you up. Like tribalism, or a popularity contest. The more people who back you, whether you are wrong or right, whatever you say goes. Whatever you say boss! So, skin that is fair and light is right. Darker skin is forbording and black. That is how people in power thought long ago and even today. A lot of darker people have to stand up! Sometimes, you think you don't have the strength, but you do. Dark or light skin people can be beautiful, inside and outside.
A lot of people, know that darker skin, or lighter skin has nothing,.. to do with intelligence, or being a fully functioning human. Human are used to routine and tradition. Authoritarians are still in power. Popularity contest and Cliques are still in play. Cliques are how the common man interprets the darker skin and lighter skin narratives. So, even though, people know better, still routine and tradition rules out logic, because of human behavior. CLIQUES, AND COLONIALISM.
Divide and Conquer!
In order to divide the tribes of people, to conquer and strip their land resources. Many plans were implemented, (like religion, wars). The comparisons to their own tribe, saying that lighter skin people of another tribe were closer to tribe and mated with them, gave them privileges, as opposed to the darker skin people. This made a rift between the tribes. So, the lighter skin people feeling as though they were privileged, made the darker skin people feel inferior. So, their the rub. Colorism.
You should not fight against your own tribe. Making the darker skin tribe people feel alienated. End Colorism! Come together..!
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