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Traditional Dance Offers Hope to Indigenous Communities

Women use cultural traditions to combat the Coronavirus

A photo of an elderly Ojibwe showing an embroidery to a young child.
Photo: Peter Garrard Beck/Getty Images

OnOn March 25, Nicole Sch stepped out into the cool forest air of Anahim Lake, a predominantly Ulkatcho First Nation community in British Columbia, and began to dance. As she zigzagged across a meadow near her home, small “jingles” on her handmade brown and gold dress rustled in…

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