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How to Recognize the Six Main Dance Styles at a Pow Wow, Part 2: Grass Dance
Pow wows have been a part of American Indian culture since time immemorial, representing spiritual connection, healing and tradition...
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...
'Grass Dance for Our Father,' a Poem by Larry Spotted Crow Mann
Larry Spotted Crow Mann
"I wrote this poem in honor of a young man who lost his father," says Nipmuc poet Larry Spotted Crow Mann, author of Tales from the Whispering Basket ...
Video: 2012 Denver Pow Wow's Men's Grass Dance
Held in the historic Denver Coliseum in Colorado, the Denver March Pow Wow has had an epic turn out, more than 50,000 attendees, each year for the past 38 years...
Origins of the Grass Dance
As with many indigenous dances, the origins of the grass dance are both unclear and disputed...