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Archive 2014 | “Tribal Member” Video Portrait​

Christopher Fay & Kaiden McGhee

Christopher Fay & Kaiden McGhee

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Students of Poarch culture, two brothers find meaning as they connect with their roots— learning Mvskoke, the Creek language, beading, and traditional dance performed at powwows and annual Indian ceremonies such as Green Corn. They have a passion for “Fancy Dance”— a showstopper that draws crowds with its colorful regalia of feathers, twirlers and arm bustles. The meditative moves of this dance are set here to the music of Medicine Tail, a Poarch-based drum circle.
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