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Indigenous Wellbeing in the Times of COVID-19: Four Directions Virtual Support Hub

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Indigenous Wellbeing in the Times of COVID-19: Four Directions Virtual Support Hub

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A group of Indigenous women adapted the Medicine Wheel to promoted healthy strategies to cope with the pandemic to the public. This rendition is a holistic approach, inspired by the sacred teaching of their ancestors and the Seven Fire Prophecies, designed to enhance the wellness of the body, spirit, heart, and mind.

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From Far and Wide: CoVID Canada>Take Two Swabs

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12/12/2020

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12/14/2020
07/17/2021
10/17/2021

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2020

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This item was submitted on December 12, 2020 by Robin Marshall using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/archive

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