Brooklyn nonprofit keeps Native American traditions alive

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Members of a Brooklyn nonprofit have kept Native American history alive through colorful traditions in art and dance.

The Red Hawk Native American Arts Council travels to schools around the borough, bringing the curriculum to life and shattering stereotypes in the process.

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The group's goal is to preserve traditions, from Iroquois to Apache, for the next generation.

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