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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...
Pow Wow Etiquette: 10 Rules to Follow in and Out of the Arena
Whether you’re a novice or veteran attending a pow wow, certain behaviors are expected while you’re on the grounds or in the arena...
Every Step They Take: Staying Connected for Generations Through Dance
When people dance, they stay connected: One earth, one mother, moving to the heartbeat of the drum...
Stories for the Spirit: From Broadway to the Pow Wow Circle
Storytelling is more than a vocation for Phillip Whiteman Jr. He says it’s a way of life...
All the Fun and Fancy Footwork at the 32nd Tohono O’odham Wa:k Pow Wow
The long line of vehicles that stirs up dust clouds on the way to Mission San Xavier del Bac attest to the popularity of the Tohono O’odham tribes 32 nd Annual Wa:k Pow Wow, held l...
10 Things You’d Never Catch a Native Doing or Saying
Here at ICTMN, we have written several articles of late that have served as indicators of just what makes someone a Native American...
Milwaukee Pow Wow Welcomes Spring and Gives Back to Community
The traditional Winter Pow Wow in Milwaukee this weekend, March 8-9, has been a source of entertainment in the Wisconsin community for 23 years...
10 Ways to Tell: ‘You Know You're a Native Elder When…’
As the years begin to pass us by and it seems there are more and more young ones running around at pow wows, how is it we know when we are becoming a Native Elder?...
Arizona Pow Wow Brings Teens, Adults Together for Season’s First Dance
Diego James Robles
Dancers and spectators set foot inside the Northern Arizona Academy Gym in the small dusty town of Winslow, Arizona, on Saturday, January 25, to finally have their first dance of t...
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