The Round Dance was the last one of the program, and about a dozen people joined hands with the man in the headdress made of porcupine quills and eagle feathers to make a circle. For American Indians, the dance is one of friendship, of celebration, said Vaughnda Hilton, artistic director and founder of the Native Nations Dance Theater.
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