USask student Laryn Oakes, who was also the head dancer at the 2018 USask Graduation Powwow, alongside T.J. Warren. (Photo: Lorne Duquette)

USask unites: Indigenous student dancers share videos made in self-isolation to help others get through the pandemic

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Keep the people dancing. That’s the message that USask education students Laryn Oakes and Monica Bear are helping to share.

Along with Indigenous people from across North America who are sharing videos made in self-isolation to help people get through the pandemic, Oakes and Bear are among the members of the USask community who are performing and recording video to help others through uncertain times….

https://news.usask.ca/articles/people/2020/usask-unites-indigenous-student-dancers-share-videos-made-in-self-isolation-to-help-others-get-through-the-pandemic.php

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