National Indigenous Peoples Day

Square image with 3 illustrations: an eagle representing First Nations, a narwhal representing Inuit and a violin representing Métis. These illustrations are placed around the sun and surrounded by multicoloured smoke that represents Indigenous traditions, spirituality, inclusion and diversity. The words National Indigenous Peoples Day fill the centre left of the graphic.

Dance Collection Danse:
Celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day

DCD encourages its followers and supporters to take time to recognize the history and contributions of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples from across what is now Canada.

Here are links to some of DCD’s resources to learn more about various aspects of dance history and dance artists from different Indigenous cultures.

Explore DCD’s YouTube channel for more interviews with these artists.

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