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For her first-ever runway show (and the first show to ever close down the Champs D’Élysées), L’Oréal Paris spokesperson Mirren wore red lipstick and twirled a walking stick with the panache of a high-flying majorette.
Today, that abridgment is just as loud the brass bands, drumlines, and multitudes of majorettes marching down Martin Luther King and Malcolm X boulevards on Juneteenth.
The 15-year-old sophomore and drum majorette was killed in January 2013 just a week after she had performed at festivities for President Barack Obama's second inauguration.
These dancelines developed out of the drum majorette tradition.
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Definition of majorette for English Language Learners
: a girl or woman who marches with a band and spins a baton
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