We at WatchTheYard receive old school stepping videos all of the time, but this particular video is something more special than others.
Here’s a video of a 1988 step show from the Epsilon Psi Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma located at University of Maryland College Park. It is very good quality and features a phenomenal look at what stepping was like at the end of the 1980s and how step shows were put together back then. The show features late 80s references including a very comical but precise Bobby McFerrin, “Don’t Worry, Be Happy Step” but what really puts the icing on the cake is an unbelievable blindfolded step at the 7:15 mark that you will never forget.
Our goal at WatchTheYard.com is to create the first ever digitalized library of video content related to the history and culture of Black greekdom. This video is a perfect addition to our collection and we are happy to be able to share it with you. We are working to create a traveling museum instillation to share this rich culture with others. If you know of any museums or galleries that would be interested in such an instillation please have them contact us.
Please share this video with your networks and show as many Sigmas as you can. This is an AMAZING look at history that we want everybody to be able to see.
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