Last weekend, professional dancers in Greensboro, North Carolina, decided to turn National Dance Day into a show of unity between police officers and young people from the local Boys & Girls Club.
Cops and kids did the “nae nae” and other moves at the event, dubbed Unity in Community through Dance.
Six officers in uniform took to the dance floor with 100 children to bust their moves to such tunes as Walk the Moon’s “Shut Up and Dance.”
Others strutting their stuff at the event included DuShaunt “Fik-Shun” Stegall, male winner of “So You Think You Can Dance” Season 10, members of the Greensboro Ballet, and professional dancers from Fred Astaire Dance Studio.
Congress designated the last Saturday in July as National Dance Day five years ago to help foster dance education and physical fitness in America.
(WATCH the video below to see some of the action) Photos: Aesthetic Images Photography
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