addresses stereotyping and teaches traditional dances in their Oct. 18 performance from 7-8 p.m. Set in the Onondaga Hall Bullpen, the council will teach two traditional dances: the Green Corn Dance and the Buffalo Dance. Additionally, the Redhawk artists will educate participants not only on the background of Native American traditions, but also on stereotyping. A nonprofit organization established and sustained by Native American artists and educators who reside in the New York City area, the Council is dedicated to educating the general public about Native American heritage through cultural expression. This includes song, dance, theatre, works of art and more.
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