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Miss Indian World 2016 Danielle Ta’ Sheena Finn Proud to Represent Standing Rock
The 25-year-old Arizona State University law school student...
Great Frybread Recipes from Montana to Argentina
As pow wow season has started and festivals spring back to...
A Party By Any Other Name…The origin of “Pow wow” and its many variations
Pow-wow. Powwow. Pau wau. Pauau. powwow… Which is correct...
Two Shots From That Cannon: The History and Significance of the Duck and Dive
“The order of the day was to shoot low into the teepees.”...
Denver Pow Wow: Native Medicine Through Humor, Dancing and Frybread
The Denver March Powwow, held last weekend, once again...
Pow Wow Season is Here! Read ICTMN’s Spring Pow Wow Issue
Indian Country Today Media Network is thrilled to announce...
Indian Country Pow Wow Today
UND Student President Vetoes Pow Wow Funds, Supports RollTribe Drinking T-Shirt
Every spring, The University of North Dakota’s Indian Association (UNDIA) puts on a week-long series of Native-themed cultural events called ‘Time Out Week.’ Though the events are ...
Marine Color Guard and Charity Drive Highlight Pow Wow at Modesto Junior College
The 16 th annual Intertribal Pow Wow at Modesto Junior College on April 20, 2014, will have all the bells and whistles pow wows are known for: singing, dancing, beautiful regalia, ...
Inaugural University of Redlands Powwow Puts School and Community on the Native Map
Diego James Robles
More than 150 dancers from as far away as the Navajo Nation and some originally from the Dakotas and beyond, descended on the temperate and shade-covered grounds for the inaugural ...
Pennsylvania Pow Wow to End an 11-Year Run
For 11 years, John Sanchez has coordinated The New Faces of an Ancient People Traditional American Indian Powwow , which brings dancers, drum groups and pow wow goers from across N...
From Traditional to Commercialized Doings, Times Have Changed on the Pow Wow Circuit
Pow wows just aren’t what they used to be, according to a handful of elders across the Plains states...
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