Insights: Perspectives Native American Heritage Month 2021
Kilpatrick Townsend celebrates Native American Heritage Month. Seattle Litigation Associate Bree Black Horse is an enrolled member of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma who actively works to keep her Native traditions alive. Bree is an accomplished women northern traditional powwow dancer and artist who enjoys sewing and beading traditional powwow regalia for herself and family in her free time.
Understanding Traditional Women’s Powwow Dance and Regalia
Women’s Northern Traditional Straight Dance
Women’s Northern Traditional Round Dance
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