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Hand dancing

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  1. is a form of swing dance that can be traced as far back as the 1920's, from Lindy Hop, to Jitterbug and to the 50's when Washington, D.C. developed its own version and named it Hand Dance

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  2. characterized by gliding footwork and continuous hand connection/communication between the partners, hence its name

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  3. fell out of favor during the disco era, but in the 80's, Hand Dance resurfaced in the Washington dance community

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  4. In 1993, the Smithsonian Institute recognized Hand Dance as an American Art Form, and the Smithsonian exhibit have led led to the establishment of the National Hand Dance Association

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  5. National Hand Dance Association

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