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New York City's AICH Hosts Healing the City Pow Wow
New York City will again be alive with pow wow this weekend...
Living History: Elder, Dancer and Teacher Norman Roach Talks With ICTMN
With a famous shawl dancer mother, Julia Roach, a grandfather that was orphaned at the Battle of the Little Bighorn and another grandfather that performed in Buffalo Bill’s Wild We...
Circle of Nations Indigenous Association Hosts 29th Annual Pow Wow in Minnesota
Jenna Ray, UM-Morris
The Circle of Nations Indigenous Association (CNIA) will hold the 29th Annual CNIA Powwow on Saturday, April 6, in the Physical Education Center at the University of Minnesota, Mor...
Michigan State University Students Dance to the Beat of the Annual Powwow of Love
Love is in the air on March 16 for the Native American students participating at the 30th Annual Powwow of Love to be held at Jenison Field House on the Michigan State University c...
Thunderbird American Indian Dancers Celebrate Golden Anniversary
The return engagement of the Thunderbird American Indian Dancers at the Theater for the New City (TNC) in New York City, January 25 to February 3, promises to be a spectacular Nati...
Derrick Suwaima Davis: A World Champion Hoop Dancer Breaks It Down in a Q&A With ICTMN
As a child growing up in his native Arizona Derrick Suwaima Davis, Hopi/Choctaw, was fairly certain how he fit into life on the reservation...