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Pete FourWinds - Native American Hoop Dancer
The Native American Hoop Dance is an ancient and sacred ceremonial dance that was largely forgotten until it was reborn in the 1920's as the contemporary and very flashy hoop dance we know today. The individual hoops can represent as many things as there are hoop dancers to share this dance. My hoops are colored black, red, yellow, and white in four equal quarters. The colors in my hoops represent the individuality and diversity of the four major races of people on earth, but they are all together on each hop to represent that despite our differences, we are all the same.