The New York Times profiles the accomplished ballet dancer Amar Ramasar who is of Indo-Trinidadian and Puerto Rican ancestry, "Mr. Ramasar commuted every day from his school in the Bronx to ballet classes in Manhattan, taking his place at the barre among boys as young as 6. “I had a lot of catch-up to do, because I started so late,” he said. “I would look around and see all these boys who were turned-out and beautiful, and I was just a clumsy Bronx boy. It took a lot of willpower.”
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