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Community Perspectives: Bannock Babes Tour & Talk

Treaty One Territory Winnipeg-based #indigidrag drag queen collective The Bannock Babes give a special tour, interpretation, and performance in the exhibition space, reveal the power behind Two-Spirit and Indigiqueer lens.
Thank you to the Bannock Babes: Prairie Sky, Feather Talia, Gayle Pruden, Lady Valenciaga, Anita Stallion


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