Jingle Dress Project Travels Around The Country Promoting Healing
A group of Native American women from Utah is traveling the U.S. to promote healing from COVID-19.
They’re dancing in jingle dresses — traditional dresses made with beads and metal cones. The jingle dress was used for healing during another health crisis, the 1918 flu pandemic.
Brian Bull of KLCC reports.
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