Posts under: Native American Culture

New Ways To Search Pow Wow Calendar

The Pow Wow Calendar on PowWows.com is the most comprehensive listing of Native American events online.  We list over 1,000 Pow Wow each year.  The Calendar is updated several times a week with new events, updates, and changes. With such a large listing, finding the Pow Wows you want to...

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Havasupai Peach Festival 2017

The Havasupai Peach Festival takes place in Supai, Arizona., usually the second weekend in August to celebrate their Fall harvest.  During this time the Havasupai gather to sing & dance amongst their community and also invite in other neighboring tribes to help enjoy their festivities.  Havasupai translates to, "People of...

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No Pow Wow? No Problem! Make Your Own!

The resourcefulness of our youth! Check out this video that went viral on Facebook from Harriette Kistabish. It looks like they were visiting Pikogan, home of the Abitibiwinni First Nation located in Quebec, and stumbled upon some kids playing. The kids wanted a pow wow so they made their own!

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NY Times: A Conversation With Native Americans on Race

Great video from The New York Times’s Emmy-award-winning and Oscar-nominated short documentary series! In this series which explores the "Conversation on Race", filmmakers speak with Native Americans about identity, blood quantum and other issues. Message from the filmmakers: "Despite the broad spectrum of indigenous identities who participated in our conversation,...

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