Dancing in History's Footsteps
Émily Kahente Diabo. Chelsea Rose Brazeau Okimawinew. Rhiannon Lambert
August 26, 2017
"It's good to stay connected to our culture."
Chelsea Rose Brazeau Okimawinew, Mohawk
They’re young and practise an art that was born centuries ago. Emily, Chelsea and Rhiannon are learning hoop dancing, a form of expression that requires a lot of energy and years of training. They’re happy to dedicate themselves to it, to confirm their identity and to be part of history. Above all, they’re happy to contribute to keeping alive a cultural element of the First Peoples of America.
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