On Sunday, if you pass by Station North’s Ynot Lot, you’ll see a unique confluence of dance.

Performers in beautiful, floral robes will sway to drum beats while club dancers groove to popping beats. It’s part of an event called Bmore Seoul to Soul, which aims to unite the Korean and African-American communities.

Tensions rose between the groups last spring after the unrest following Freddie Gray’s death, when Korean shop owners faced damage to their businesses in predominantly African-American communities. Organizers felt that sharing in art could promote healing. Read on.