Truly, the dance-your-way-through-it mentality can be applied to literally anything. Since 2008, Science magazine's Dance Your Ph.D. competition has been asking students to explain their research through movement as a way to make difficult subjects easier for lay people to absorb. In 2016, one winner explained heart surgery using people dangling off bridges, a dude dressed as a cow doing the worm and a bunch of hula hoop-based creativity.
The following year, Brazilian smartypants Natália Oliveira grabbed some flamboyant friends and successfully explained how biomolecules, transducers and signal molecules can work together to help crime scene forensics.
Of course, dance professionals have always used their artistry to communicate serious and complex issues, but when regular folks dance their way through dark times and hard subjects, it offers a supremely relatable way to process difficult information and inspiration on how to do the same. It's proof that you don't need lessons, formal training or even so much as a flashmob to make a point. So if you have something to get off your chest, let this be an inspiration to you. The news might be all doom and gloom, but the way you process it doesn't have to be.