The Alphas at Howard just pulled off the best Alpha step show of 2016 thus far!
For their performance at the Howard University Homecoming Step Show, the Beta Chapter brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., paid tribute to the new National Museum of African American History and Culture which was just opened in Washington D.C. In the step show, an older man takes a teenager on a trip through the museum to teach him about the history of his people. The steppers then enter wearing outfits from the 1800s and carrying bags of cotton and then set the stage on fire with a collection of intricate steps.
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