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"A new people emerge: Our future, our choice"
Native American storytelling and dance
February 19, 2015
"A new people emerge: Our future, our choice." This is an Ojibwe saying that discusses how "when water turns to poison and you can no longer eat the fish, a new people emerge.They are faced with two paths: one of greed and another of sustainability." Art will open with a dance in traditional dress. The dance is called 'From all nations they come dancing.' Art will share about his recent experience at the People's Climate March in NewYork City.
Shegonee is a Native American ambassador to Wisconsin Indian Summer and Call for Peace Drum & Dance Company. He is a member of the Menominee and Potowatomi tribes in Wisconsin, and his name is Canasa (Little Golden Eagle). As a member of the wolf clan, he is a traditional dancer in pow-wows throughout Wisconsin. Learn more about him at callforpeace.org.
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