African-American dance developed within African American communities in everyday spaces, rather than in studios or
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Peter 'Spida' Everitt made his debut for St Kilda in a sea of dreadlocks and tattoos in 1993. As one of the game's best ruckmen, he was in high demand playing for Hawthorn and the Sydney Swans during his envied AFL career. His huge following on the field led to the phenomenon that is the 'spida dance'. Peter was born and bred on the Mornington Peninsula in AFL's heartland, Victoria. He lived for part of his childhood in Wantirna, and won a league best and fairest while playing in the under 10 team for the Wantirna Devils coached by his father, Peter Sr.