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Keshi, Ko'p Doh Layah Awan Dewa'kya? (Hey, how is your morning? In Zuni language) Being a Zuni, I can tell you that we love visitors, I wanted to inform you of a night dance that happens this winter in the village. We call it Sha:lako (below). It brings blessings to all the people, if you are willing to attend I will post a pic of the official visitor's paper when it is released!
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Living right here in the village,
it already has some modernity, with a perfect balance with preserving culture, religion, and language as we still have dances and you are required to know the language to be accepted for religious membership.
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Keshi, Ko'p Doh Layah Lagen Denup Kaa? ("How is you day going? in Zuni) I am a proud Zuni, and I hope I will meet other Shiwis (Zunis) here as well! I will be willing to help this community blossom also! I have knowledge of language, culture, and religion that I'm willing to share (without divulging too much, there's only so much you can know unless you're Zuni, other Zunis here if any can understand as well)
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Zuni Pueblo Band. It was an honor to perform with you. Carry on your proud tradition! Music is part of you. It makes you great. Don't let the music stop keep it going for the children.
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I hope this becomes a place that helps people and communicates ideas.
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