A flashmob in New York City broke out a ‘Pantsuit Power Dance’ to show their support for love, Hillary and Black Lives.


The group of more than 170 dancers, dressed in colourful pantsuits of varying shades, came together in Union Square to perform a choreographed routine to Justin Timberlake’s song, Can’t Stop The Feeling!

The video, was posted on Facebook and Vimeo this week by Humanity for Hillary, a social media campaign aimed at artists, in support of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Co-choreographer Crishon Jerome wrote on Facebook that the flash mob aimed to combine “art with a bit of activism” for those people who did not want “to see this country ruled under Donald”.

“Now is the time to stand up against this bully,” he wrote.

“Action here is a stand against racism, sexism, homophobia, classism, injustice and so much more. It’s a stand for PEACE, LOVE and EQUALITY.”

The message at the end of their video:


Because Love is Love

Because Black Lives Matter

Because climate change is real

Because women’s rights are human rights

Because immigrants make America great

Because every vote matters”

Check out the awesome video below:


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