Quebec Museum Celebrates Indigenous Culture In The Most Beautiful Way – Huffington Post Canada

by ahnationtalk on December 5, 201780 Views

A museum in Gatineau, Que. has come up with a brilliant way to celebrate Indigenous culture.

On Monday evening, the Canadian Museum of History illuminated seven teepees on its property to represent seven generations of Indigenous people and their seven sacred teachings: love, respect, courage, honesty, wisdom, humility, and truth.

The teepees will continue to be lit up every night from now until Dec. 31, where the final Canada 150 celebration of the year will take place. “Nimidiwin, A Celebration of our Dance from Coast to Coast to Coast” will be held on New Year’s Eve at the Canadian Museum of History and will feature Indigenous throat singers, dancers, and drummers, the Ottawa Citizen reports.

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