ACTA's Briefing, Weaving Traditional Arts Into the Fabric of Community Health, Featured in California Watch


ACTA - Posted on 24 January 2012

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Teaching and learning traditional Triqui backstrap weaving techniques in Greenfield, California, is part of the larger ACTA-supported Triqui Dreaming project, organized by the Movimiento Cultural de la Union Indigena.ACTA's briefing, Weaving Traditional Arts Into the Fabric of Community Health -- the result of a study by UC Davis’s Center for Reducing Health Disparities, which links participation in traditional arts to individual and community health -- was featured this month in the statewide media outlet California Watch. Read the article by Patricia Leigh Brown on California Watch's website.

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