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Sing To Creation

Updated: May 1, 2020

Indigenous song keepers reveal traditional ecological knowledge in music January 3, 2020

"For Indigenous Peoples who have lived within their traditional territories for generations, music is a repository of ecological knowledge, with songs embedding ancestors' knowledge, teachings and wisdom. Traditional and indigenous peoples are very deeply connected to the land and sea and convey their ecological learnings in stories and songs, building up a large repository of knowledge over time" ~https://phys.org/…/2020-01-indigenous-song-keepers-reveal-t…









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