Indian Summer 2000: Speaking, Singing, Dancing in Beauty

Indian Summer 2000: Speaking, Singing, Dancing in Beauty HIDVL

"The Beauty Way," in Navajo philosophy, poses that each person was born for a purpose and once that purpose has been found it is his or her responsibility to live up to it. Beauty is to know who you are and to follow that path. Your responsibility is to share the wisdom and knowledge you have gained. This American Indian Community House Indian Summer event, Speaking, Singing, Dancing in Beauty, includes a poetry reading by Clifford Bernie and performance by concert pianist, Tim Hays. George Stonefish speaks about his journey from incarceration to release and concludes the evening by leading the audience in a round dance.

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