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Francesca D'Amico

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Movers

Business and Brotherhood: Scott Forsyth By Francesca D'Amico

British Columbia’s YouTube sensation Scott Forsyth

Rebel Without a Pause

By Francesca D'Amico

Toronto’s J-Rebel, a member of the Supernaturalz Crew, one of the city’s oldest dance crews, learned hip hop as a disadvantaged youth in Toronto in the 1990s. Now he devotes his time to bringing play, dance and hip hop culture to urban indigenous youth in the city, through programs such as Right to Play, hoping to bring health and belonging to young people.

Rebel Without a Pause

By Francesca D'Amico

Toronto’s J-Rebel, a former member of the Supernaturalz Crew, one of the city’s oldest dance crews, learned hip hop as a disadvantaged youth in Toronto in the 1990s. Now he devotes his time to bringing play, dance and hip hop culture to urban indigenous youth in the city, through programs such as Right To Play, hoping to bring health and belonging to young people.

Setting the Stage Ablaze

Toronto's Jae Blaze and the rise of dancehall technique By Francesca D'Amico

Jae Blaze has spent over a decade introducing mainstream dance audiences to the rhythms of dancehall technique.

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