Interview – Pretty Indian Girls – 2016 Manito Ahbee

Tonia Jo Hall talked with the Pretty Indian Girls during the 2016 Manito Ahbee.  You may remember them from our live interview during Gathering of Nations. Check out our latest interview with these ladies, and enjoy a special treat - they sang a song for us!

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Interview – Penny McGilvery From Northern Cree – 2016 Manito Ahbee

Our roaming reporters Tonia Jo Hall visited with Penny McGilvery from Northern Cree during the 2016 Manito Ahbee.  

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Interview – Lenny Beaver – Stoney Park – 2016 Manito Ahbee

Thanks to Lenny Beaver fro Stoney Park for visiting with our roaming MC Tonia Jo Hall at the 2016 Manito Ahbee Pow Wow.    

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Fawn Wood Interview – 2016 Manito Ahbee

We caught up with our friend Fawn Wood at the 2016 Manito Ahbee Pow Wow!  

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Feature: Peter “Tito” Ybarra Gets Truthful and Honest on His Plans

Feature | Peter “Tito” Ybarra on Comedy by Darren Thompson, Lac du Flambeau Ojibwe For those of you in Indian Country who like to laugh, you’ve probably seen one of Peter “Tito” Ybarra’s videos on social media. He’s an all around hilarious guy who has traveled Indian Country singing most notably with Midnite Express and shares the humor many of us have experienced both on the Powwow trail and back home on the rez. And in a good way, we can always ...

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Sav Walkingbear – First Nations Role Model

Positive role models are a rare commodity in our Native communities, these folks embody all of our civic virtues that we hold sacred such as honor, compassion and wisdom.  They are the guiding light for when times get tough and help pull us through. This week we take a look at a First Nations young man doing big things up North, his name is Savana Walkingbear. (Cree)  Sav is a 6'3, Left ...

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Future Indian Powwow Princess The 2016 powwow season is officially under way and Jeanine Lomaintewa (Paiute & Hopi) of Bishop, California., is on the powwow trail. Jeanine is currently running for the Sr. Miss Pabanamanina Powwow Princess and came to the 45th Annual Stanford Powwow to sell raffle tickets and raise awareness about their upcoming powwow from September 23rd - 25th! Apart of running for the Pabanamanina Powwow Princess, the candidates must sell at least 200 raffle tickets, when I met Jeanine, she was circulating the ...

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Miss Indian World Address and Gathering of Nations Pow Wow

The new Miss Indian World Danielle Ta’Sheena Finn made her first public address to the crowd at Gathering of Nations Pow Wow.   She followed that with a live chat with the'ers!

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The Importance of the Miss Indian World Title! This evening concluded the talent portion for the 32nd annual Miss Indian World competition. All of the MIW contestants did a great job sharing the traditional knowledge of their tribal culture. Here are a few photos that helped capture the evening! Every year this event draws a capacity crowd and the Kiva Auditorium completely fills up! The hot ticket tonight was admission the 32nd Annual Miss Indian World competition....

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Miss International Two Spirit 2016 – Spirit Wildcat Last weekend, the current reigning Miss International Two Spirit - Spirit Wildcat (Shoshone/Bannock), made an appearance at the 5th Annual BAAITS Two Spirit Powwow in San Francisco, California.  I caught up with her for a quick interview: Please introduce yourself! Good morning, Afternoon, Evening. My name is Spirit Wildcat, I'm the current reigning Miss International Two-Spirit XVII. I am from Fort Hall, Idaho and an enrolled member of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes.  My parents are Larry & Sonya Wadsworth both of Fort Hall, Idaho. How ...

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Ladies Cloth is a form of Native American women’s dress and dance and has both a Northern and Southern style. The Southern style is danced by the Kiowas, Osage, Ponca, and …



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