Ankou and Powless hope to inspire through the Dreamcatcher Foundation

By Josh Giles, Sports Writer Eli Ankou, and fiancé Shayna Powless have done plenty of work for Indigenous communities through the Dreamcatcher Foundation. It’s a foundation that helps to raise issues for Indigenous peoples, as well as train them to be better people through sport. Ankou spoke with Turtle Island News about how he’s hoping to bring back those camps, as COVID-19 caused everything to go on pause. “I think with us, we were thinking of doing something with supporting communities in the US and Canada. But COVID made things more difficult, but we’re trying to get our foot on the ground and get going,” he said. Ankou is optimistic that they can get some camps going this summer as well. “We’re hoping to get some sports camps going this…

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