I’m a proud Black Irish dancer. Here’s why I see my differences as motivation

20-year-old Morgan Bullock from Richmond Virginia, who is one of few Black Irish dancers she knows of, shares you don’t make history “by staying inside a box.”
4:35 | 07/17/20

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When I'm dancing and hearing it I think I've found is that so we'll the lanky guy and keep doing really cool peace or against it but we're. I had been and and analyze factories doing ballet. That's up on exiled against but the first time I saw Irish dancing. It was just your partner I didn't mean. Let's unlike anything outside ever single. It legs. Dance partner was actually born out of a fraction of Irish people. Very specific it Irish culture and it's it's really cool it's being shared. I urge those kind of overwhelming village that's so on it like I almost didn't post the video but I'd like yeah. My mom and let them post it has been really. Need here they are scared staying at a very nontraditional way. It's kind of Blakey you don't know what kind of response you're gonna get fair. I got a lot of it is different. Such media accounts from. Older bullet Ireland saying they support me they like what I'm doing and then also comments from people of color who. Relay I've never and they weren't that's what it's really cool or even I Ali right and big. I it. Anything like that the plague me feel. So happy about that I did it because. It has reach people do what it typically be looking at Irish dance videos which I think I'd ended the day like that the goal. Her eight Disney bit negative comments. As a bottle Eilat a blatant. Big about big Al's been my good Haiti's people don't know me there to stay able they beat me. I basically just like eight and I'm proud to be Irish dance dear. So appreciate an entire culture have been entirely multiple plans that would open artisans of board hands. That really matter what you say that and and being hires and is used it all of real world and eggs. An amazing paying an art organized should be shared. At a local competition marriage justice my competition I'll most likely be the only black hair. But at our regional competition are at the entire southern region and probably want about. So much that goes at its entire. United silly. I don't wanna like over think the fact that I wanted to hear I don't look like a lot of other dancers. For me personally I try to use it as a positive thing. One thing that my teacher tells a lot it. They're gonna look at you because you don't look like other girls. Are you sure that. You're a board we love you to join up. In Vienna Virginia to perform at river got. All right now. I love me do that my heart drug addict. Being and record and legislate the end goal for an anti everything I could it hires. And try to be triggered an. Knowing. Dancers that I know. Talking about these are. Touchy topics that a lot of people have been talking about in the world lately. Get a me a lot of hope that the change is gonna happen. I think it bears a lot of work the speed and its community to be more clues they're. But the same goes for life at three unity. I'm very optimistic when it comes to that. But I get it you're having thoughts about doing something that's a little unorthodox but little bit. Different or whoever you are then I mean that alone and says that you are you proud. But right did you it Nolan made history by. They did go for it.

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