‘Step’ becomes the voice of black Baltimore teens facing adversity

August 5, 2017 By Piya Sinha-Roy LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – A group of black teenage girls stomp, clap and shout in unison in step dance routines, channeling their anger, frustration and hopes into powerful performances in a new documentary “Step,” out in U.S. theaters this week. The journey of the founding class of the step troupe at the Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women shows the girls’ struggles in the aftermath of protests and rioting in the city where 25-year-old black man Freddie Gray died after suffering a broken neck…

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