Laura Grizzlypaws – Bear Dancer Tells Why The World Needs To Learn Lesson From The Bear People – Pow Wow Life

Laura Grizzlypaws – Bear Dancer Tells Why The World Needs To Learn Lesson From The Bear People – Pow Wow Life

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Listen to my interview with Laura Grizzlypaws. [spp-player url=”http://traffic.libsyn.com/powwowlife/Pow_Wow_Life_-_26_-_Laura_Grizzlypaws_MIX.mp3″ textabove=”Pow Wow Life Episode 26″ image=“https://www.powwows.com/wp-content/uploads/podcast_channel_artwork.jpg” title=”Interview with Laura Grizzlypaws”] Grizzlypaws was born and raised in Lillooet, British Columbia in the Interior Plateau region, she is of St’át’imc descent. Her St’át’imc name is “Stálhalamcen – Grizzly Paws,” She belongs to the….

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Laura Grizzlypaws Sings and Dances at Indigenous Music Awards – Manito Ahbee Festival

Laura Grizzlypaws Sings and Dances at Indigenous Music Awards – Manito Ahbee Festival

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The Indigenous Music Awards took place in Winnipeg, Manitoba on May 17, 2019.  The awards recognize singers, songwriters, and performers across Indian Country. Laura Grizzlypaws wowed the crowd with her dancing and singing during the awards show.  Videos of her dancing have gone viral in the past, and she didn’t….

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Grizzly Bear Dance Featured in NY Times Video

Grizzly Bear Dance Featured in NY Times Video

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Laura Grizzlypaws and the Grizzly Bear Dance was recently featured in NY Times video series about dancing around the world. Always cool to see Indigenous culture featured in mainstream media! Dance in British Columbia: Evoking the Wild Grizzly Bear's SpiritWatch this video on YouTube Related Info – Listen to our….

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St’át’imc Grizzly Bear Dancer Shares Her Story

St’át’imc Grizzly Bear Dancer Shares Her Story

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You may have already seen the videos shared online on various YouTube and Facebook pages. A grizzly bear dancer dancing at the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) Pow Wow. Or perhaps it was the Kamloopa Pow Wow. Either way the dance was absolutely mesmerizing. I don’t know about you,….

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