"Shake the Dust" chronicles the influence of breakdancing in the slums, favelas and ghettos of the world. According to Director Adam Sjöberg, the title of the film comes from the one common denominator in all the amazing videos of breakdancers he'd find: the visual of them kicking up dust while dancing in their neighborhoods. Watch the B-Boys and B-Girls on the streets of Colombia, Cambodia, Uganda, and Yemen showcase some of the most jaw-dropping breakdancing moves ever committed to film. "Shake the Dust" is an inspiring tribute to the uplifting power of community, music and movement as tools for positive social change.


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  • This Fast Company interview with Director Adam Sjöberg gives the backstory on the making of "Shake the Dust."
  • Learn how "Kids Helping Kids" is teaching humanity through hip hop by giving children a unique opportunity to give to others.
  • So, grab this world by its clothespins and shake it out again and again and jump on top and take it for a spin and when you hop off, shake it again, for this is yours. ~Anis Mojgani

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