This Saturday, November 18th!!! .
S.H.E (She Who Holds Everything) are throwing an Intermediate/Advanced Multi-Cultural Dance workshop fundraiser taught by Iman Khadijah aka Al Taw'am @iman_and_khadijah
Straightline Dance Fitness (34 13th Ave NE suite 104, Minneapolis, MN 55413) @straightlinefitness
More info about Al Taw'am and S.H.E .
"As a 2016 National YoungArts Award recipient and the youngest to win a Minnesota Sage Cowles Award for dance; Al Taw'am (Arabic for The Twins) are seventeen year old, Muslim identical twin sisters, Iman and Khadijah Siferllah-Griffin.
Performing since the age of eight, Iman and Khadijah danced in their first show production in 2011 "The Joint Project" at Intermedia Arts. Since the show, the twins along with their dance partner, performed their featured piece all over the Twin Cities where it caught the eye of Rhymesayers recording artist Brother Ali during a performance at The Day of Dignity in North Minneapolis. A few months later they were invited to L.A. to dance in a music video for his album titled Mourning in America and Dreaming in Color. For their performance in Mourning in America the trio won the Minnesota Sage Award for best dance ensemble.
Out of their desire to increase the presences of women and girls in the Minnesota Hip Hop dance community, Iman and Khadijah created an all women's Hip Hop dance collective named S.H.E which stands for She Who Holds Everything. From a Middle Schooler to a recent graduated of the University of Minnesota, S.H.E’s debut performance was at the Rhymesayers 20th Anniversary at the Target Center in December 2015.
Iman and Khadija have performed in such events as Facing Race 2012 and 2016, The Nobel Peace Prize Forum 2013, WE Day 2013 and 2014, Sound Set 2013 and 2015, The Minnesota Secretary of State's 50th Voter's Rights Act Anniversary Celebration and World of Dance .
Iman and Khadijah believe that their God given dance ability is their superpower, and they want to use that superpower to inspire others. "
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