Sholuk, Kumeyaay translation: Lightning.
Sholuk, a young Kumeyaay Native American Indian girl from Southern California, is pictured dressed in traditional Kumeyaay clothing (that her mother made to match her own outfit) Kumeyaay dress, ribbon shirt, juncus pendant necklace. Sholuk is photographed here dancing with other young pow-wow contestants who are wearing the traditional ribbon dresses, shawls, and beaded collars of the Cocopah and Yuman Indians.
Sholuk and the girls are pictured performing cultural dances for pow-wow judges, families and audiences during a Sycuan gathering, September 10, 2005.
"Sholuk" is a Kumeyaay word that translates into English and means "lightning."
Sholuk has been featured in full-color pow-wow magazines as a cute Native American female child model actor and Native dancer. Sholuk currently has no talent agent or SAG card.
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