Misty Copeland, Principal Ballet Dancer. On June 30, 2015, during Black Music
Month, Copeland became the first African-American woman to be promoted to
Principal Dancer in American Ballet Theater’s 75-year history.
The Philadelphia Front Page News Congratulates Misty Copeland, Ballet Dancer, Universe Swan Ballet Dancer, and will feature several Making the Magazine Covers using the Philadelphia Front Page News-Magazine and Media Key 307 Magazine to support Women Power, Music, and Uplifting Women of Color.
Why is Misty Copeland, Principal Ballet Dancer, standing at 5 feet 2 inches (1.57 m), a Universe Swan Ballet Dancers?
Ballet is Music in the Universe, that’s why.
On June 30, 2015, during Black Music Month, Copeland became the first African-American woman to be promoted to Principal Dancer in American Ballet Theater’s 75-year history.
Although Copeland's achievement was groundbreaking, Author Mitchell is credited as the first dancer to break the color barrier as a principal dancer in 1962 and Desmond Richardson did so for American Ballet Theater in 1997.
Wait a darn minute… Misty Copeland is a Swan Ballet Dancer. In ballet dancing the female dancer, the swan, is the most high of the highest in status compared to the male dancer.
We are not talking chess and checkers.
We are talking about a woman sitting on any floor gracefully, bending her body and pushing half of her body up and fixed alongside a wall, or walking on her toes, or, flying the human body so, so high into the sky, in motion, at the same moments in time, that anyone looking at the female ballet dancer performing just may believe that we can fly, as far up through the sky, to be one with outer space.
Could be the swan ballet dancer is a part of the universe in quiet keep secrets. I mean Black beautiful secrets.
Misty Copeland is of African-American German American and Italian American descent.
You would think that any person who thinks of Misty Copeland would automatically think of the universe and want to know what it might feel like to be the universe. Misty was born with having it all. Not all of the money. Misty was born with inner female greatness.
Misty Copeland has helped to establish what every normal human being understands, that the swan may be feather-weight and snow white, or more importantly the swan may be universe feather-weight and night sky black.
Regardless if the swan is white or black her prince can be any color as long as he can be a light up to the life of the swan.
Van Stone is interested in…The swan is night sky black, today.
The snow is white only in the day. The night sky is black day and night. And the background color of outer space is black.
Therefore, taking about a swan being snow white limits the beauty of such a lovely princess.
And speaking of princesses, why not talk, read, or see Misty Copeland?
Fox News writer recognizes that “The world of elite, professional ballet is tiny, brutal and exacting. It operates within a long history of well-established traditions to define excellence in the industry. In that world, ballet dancers are long, lean, have delicate waists, small busts, and lithe legs and are white.”
“And then there’s Misty Copeland: 5’2”, curvy, muscular and black.”
The smart human being can take just a quick look at any ballet dancer and see that ballet dancers are curvy and have muscle.
And it’s very easy to see that there is a big difference between a male ballet dancer and a female ballet dancer. So, why bother to try to mention that Misty Copeland is muscular?
The Under Armour women-focused ad campaign starring Copeland was widely publicized, eventually resulting in her being named ABC World News Person of the week on August 8, 2014.