From beaded cat clothes to plant knowledge: Indigenous people pick up skills during pandemic
It's been almost a year since the pandemic forced a significant change in our lifestyle on Turtle Island.
Many Indigenous people have been using their extended time at home to learn new skills and feel closer to their identity — whether it was through moose hide tanning, learning a language, or beadwork.
This week on Unreserved, how Indigenous people are learning traditional skills to beat the quarantine blues. LISTEN
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