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Finding An Inner Light While Dancing Native Traditions
I knew I was signing up for an adventure when I tried out...
Pow Wow Dance Style Origins: Jingle Dress Dance, Part 3
Known also as the Healing Dance, the Jingle Dance...
Pow Wow Dance Style Origins: Men's Fancy Dance, Part 4
This dance, also known as the Bustle Dance, is said to have...
Pow Wow Dance Style Origins: Women's Traditional Dance, Part 6
Traditional Women dancers are looked on with reverence as...
A Day of Delight at the 6th Annual Oka Kapassa Native American Festival
Oka Kapassa Return to the Coldwater festival is a special American Indian gathering held in Spring Park, in Tuscumbia, Alabama...
Mohegan Wigwam Held Today on Ancestral Grounds of Fort Shantok
Today and tomorrow marks the Mohegan Wigwam, which is being held on the ancestral grounds of Fort Shantok on the banks of the Thames River, in Uncasville, Connecticut...
The Origins of the Smoke Dance
Where there’s smoke, there’s fire—but one of the most compelling pow wow dances done today, Smoke Dance, just might have nothing to do with either...
The Winnebago Tribe’s 145th Annual Homecoming Celebration
The 145th Annual Homecoming Celebration, which runs from July 28 through 31, is celebrated as the oldest continuous memorial pow wow in Indian country...
Watch the Midnight Super Shawl Special from the Gathering of Nations
Women 29 and under took part in this spectacular Super Shawl dance at this year's Gathering of Nations in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The finals were an absolute smashing experience...
Women’s Jingle Dress at the 2011 Red Earth Festival
Women's Jingle Dress competition is always a fan favorite at any powwow, but it's especially special at the Red Earth Festival where some of the best jingle dancers in the country ...
Teen Junior Boys Dancing at the Red Earth Festival
While the dance competitions were fierce for the adult groupings, the teen junior boys and girls drew as much awe (and applause) as their older counterparts...
Men’s Fancy Dance at the 2011 Red Earth Festival
Here's a sampling of the Men's Fancy Dance competition (age group 18-39) at this year's Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma City...
Rainbow of Ribbons Pow Wow Honors Breast Cancer Survivors
A non-profit organization called Rainbow of Ribbons recently hosted a pow wow in honor of women who have survived cancer and domestic violence in Auburn, Washginton...
30th Annual Plains Indian Museum Powwow
On June 18 – 19, 2011, the 30th Annual Plains Indian Museum Powwow kicks off at the Robbie Powwow Garden, an outdoor, grass amphitheater, next to the RV parking lot at the Buffalo ...
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