Misty Copeland has been a major star in American cultural life for much of the last decade. As principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre, she became the first Black woman to achieve that position in the company’s 75 year history. But amid a pandemic shutdown, the graceful steps and powerful moves have all but stopped for her and dancers around the country. Jeffrey Brown reports.
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