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    Ty y Bryson Fragua frente al tren Rail Runner. Ambos miembros del grupo de danza tradicional indígena Oak Canyon. Foto de cortesía

Posted: Sunday, April 20, 2014 7:45 pm | Updated: 8:18 pm, Sun Apr 20, 2014.

Julian Fragua creció aprendiendo las danzas ceremoniales tradicionales del Pueblo de Jemez. Para Fragua, como para muchos de los indios Pueblo, la danza era parte de su crianza — una parte de la cultura que se pasaba de generación a generación.

Un verano cuando Fragua era un adolescente, su tío los llevó a su hermano y a él a un evento a Colorado para bailar algunas de las danzas tradicionales de Jemez como una manera de celebrar su cultura y promover las tradiciones Pueblo. Esa experiencia después inspiró a Fragua para crear un grupo de danza con su hermano, su esposa, Rose y los hijos de la pareja.

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