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Logitech and choreographer JaQuel Knight are helping BIPOC creators copyright their viral dances on TikTok.

Aug 17 2021

Logitech and choreographer JaQuel Knight are helping BIPOC creators copyright their viral dances on TikTok. We recently told you how Black creators on TikTok were going on strike to protest other users stealing their dances after not being credited for their work. As a way to combat that, Knight partnered with Logitech to assist ten young BIPOC creators in securing copyrights for viral dances they’ve created. The dancers include Keara Wilson, who created the “Savage” dance; the Nae Nae Twins, who created the dance for the remix; Young Deji, creator of “The Woah;” Mya Johnson and Chris Cotter, creators of the “Up” dance; Fullout Cortland, the choreographer behind Doja Cat’s 2020 Billboard Music Awards performance; and Chloe Arnold, choreographer of “Salute a Legend” for Syncopated Ladies. The dancers were surprised with the news last week at a dinner hosted by Logitech and Knight’s foundation where they received “preliminary labanotations” (a score that documents human movement through symbols in specific patterns) of their dances, which needs to be submitted along with the dancers’ application to the U.S. Copyright Office. (THRBuzzFeed News)