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Indigenous Enterprise Brings Powwow Dancing to the World Stage | If Cities Could Dance

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by pmnationtalk on May 11, 2022136 Views

Credit: KQED Arts

Indigenous Enterprise, made up of a new generation of Native American Powwow dancers from across the U.S. and Canada, is on a mission to bring Native culture to new heights and audiences. In just seven years, the dance troupe has built an international following, competing in the fourth season of NBC’s prime-time show World of Dance, performing in a music video with Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas, and dancing for thousands of basketball fans at the NBA finals in 2021. The dancers have been featured in Vogue and the New York Times, and recently attended the Met Gala, where Shirley and fellow dancer Dominic Pablo showed up in full regalia.

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