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Jingle Dress Project Travels Around The Country Promoting Healing03:42
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From left to right: Sunni Begay, Erin Tapahe, and Dion Tapahe are traveling the country as part of the Jingle Dress Project. (Margaret Bull)
From left to right: Sunni Begay, Erin Tapahe, and Dion Tapahe are traveling the country as part of the Jingle Dress Project. (Margaret Bull)

A group of Native American women from Utah is traveling the U.S. to promote healing from COVID-19.

They're dancing in jingle dresses — traditional dresses made with beads and metal cones. The jingle dress was used for healing during another health crisis, the 1918 flu pandemic.

Brian Bull of KLCC reports.

Jingle dresses are traditional dresses made with beads and metal cones. (Margaret Bull)
Jingle dresses are traditional dresses made with beads and metal cones. (Margaret Bull)

This segment aired on July 14, 2021.

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