2013 – 2014 Miss Indian World

By Paul G on April 27, 2013
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View more photos of your new Miss Indian World.

Miss Indian World

Miss Indian World
Kansas Begaye
Waterflow, New Mexico
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View more photos of your new Miss Indian World.

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2 Responses to “2013 – 2014 Miss Indian World”

  1. Sindi Hamlin says:

    I went to the Pow wow in Enumclaw on May 3. And today in our local paper theyr talking about a lady named Jolene Lozier how she is in competion for native american woman. I took two female friends of mine with me because they had never been to a pow wow. We were making fun of this Jolene because she wouldnt get off her cell phone. She never lifted a knee to show spirit toward her native pride she shuffled her feet. Very very disappointed that she is running for such a high seat in american native pride.Muckshoot indians should be very disapointed in this lady. She bearly danced. I have been to many Pow wows and I found her LAZY no native pride in her. TAKE HER CELL PHONE AWAY FROM HER.

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