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Bringing together indigenous people while social distancing

"Even our elders are going live on Facebook to share their energy." The Native American powwow season started just as the coronavirus crisis hit, but that hasn't stopped thousands of indigenous people from attending these traditional gatherings... online.

04/24/2020 12:02 PMupdated: 04/24/2020 8:15 PM

10 comments

  • Shirley S.
    06/02/2020 11:24

    Love it...

  • אריאלה מ.
    05/30/2020 22:18

    ❤️

  • Pempa B.
    05/28/2020 21:05

    Beautiful and great .

  • Joshua M.
    05/28/2020 09:11

    Grass Dance!!

  • Mandy A.
    05/28/2020 09:11

    Wonderful.♥️♥️♥️

  • Jeffery V.
    05/28/2020 02:01

    these lads know how to boogy bro. Total inspiration

  • G.E. L.
    05/28/2020 01:39

    ❤️

  • Hewon K.
    05/28/2020 01:32

    This is exactly what I've been looking for all day! I've been watching YouTube videos of pow wow drum circles to try to cope today. Thank you for sharing this!

  • Marie W.
    05/28/2020 01:23

    Would have been nice to hear the actual Indian music rather than what was used

  • Julio G.
    05/28/2020 01:20

    Those are the real roots.they represents original cultura from North américa.receive My respects un a humble way.

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