Native Siouxperman Reveals His SuperPower in “What It’s Gon’ Be?”

"If the sky is the limit, we exceed limitations," Native Siouxperman raps in his recent music video.  "What It's Gon Be".  This compelling video features the driving beats and rhythmic rap of this popular Producer and Hip Hop Artist from the Ft. Peck Sioux and Assiniboine Tribes of Poplar, Montana.  "Got 'em like, 'hold up wait' is it really a Native? I'm like yeah, I'm so Siouxpa, so ill and creative," Native Siouxperman flows as he confronts stereotypes and confounds ...

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Rosebud Rocks! A visit with Jim Robertson!

Rosebud Rocks! Jim Robertson sure does! The Singer, Songwriter and Guitarist shows his stunning talent in the band Secondhand Socialites.  As the bassist and backing vocalist for Lost In Irrelevance, Jim Robertson rocks as part of a melodic death metal band.  Two bands, one man, who shares his perspective with us at Powwows.com! Secondhand Socialites and Lost In Irrelevance... both bands feature Jim Robertson's ...

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Watch World Champion Fancy Dancer Larry Yazzie at Black Hawk Pow Wow

The Black Hawk State Historic Site in Rock Island, Illinois held its 74th annual Labor Day Pow Wow. The organizers brought in special guests Larry Yazzie (two time World Champion Fancy Dancer) and the Native Pride dancers. YouTube user Carie Scott caught all the action. It looks like the Native Pride dancers aren't slowing down either. They'll be performing at the Three Rivers Arts Festival this Saturday in Breckenridge, Minnesota. Don't miss out!

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Watch out for “No Good Good Guy”…Tall Paul!

Interview by Dr Dawn Karima, Native American Culture Editor Ask Tall Paul why he felt it was his purpose to emcee. Don't expect the conventional "Nas and 2pac made me do it" kind of answer. "I started writing rhymes when I was 14. I was left in awe by 106&Park's 'Freestyle Friday' rap battle segment. When Jin won for 7 consecutive weeks, capping it off by signing a record deal with the Ruff Ryders, it was crazy. I didn't actually start writing ...

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No Thanks for Thanksgiving?

Larry Mann dancing for his Nipmuc heritage!   Interview by Dr Dawn Karima, Native American Culture Editor Turkey. Dressing. Pumpkin Pie. For Larry Spotted Crow Mann, Thanksgiving is about more than parades and early holiday shopping. The Nipmuc author ponders the poignant intersections between genocide and suppertime during this harvest holiday in his new book. ...

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Adrenaline Rush! Meet Native Rock Climber/Snowboarder Lonnie Kauk

I know, we love our Rez Ball, but there are other sports that Natives are participating in and kicking some serious butt. Did you know we have a world-class rock climber and snowboarder in our midst? Check out this heart-stopping video Go Pro made with him! I was able to catch Lonnie in a rare moment of down time and ask him a few questions so we ...

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White House Honors A ‘Champion of Change’

On Wednesday, August 27, 2014, the White House will honor "Champions of Change," veterans and their families who are doing extraordinary work across the country as leaders in entrepreneurship. These Champions have distinguished themselves by continuing to serve their country through their successful small businesses and non-profits that create jobs, spur economic growth, and help their communities....

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Passion Powered Dance: A Visit with Sandra Lamouche (Yellowhorn)

  Sandra Lamouche (Yellowhorn) Interview by Dr. Dawn Karima, Native American Cultural Editor Visit www.sandralamouche.com Q) You're such an inspiring individual! What are you passionate about these days? A) My name is Sandra Lamouche (aka Yellowhorn), a member of the Bigstone Cree Nation. I am married to Lowell Yellowhorn, a member of the Pikanii Nation (part of the ...

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Cree-ative Native: Malcom Moses Cree-ates through Dance

Cree-ating power at a powwow! Interview by Dr. Dawn Karima, Native American Culture Editor Malcolm Moses Q) You are a remarkable dancer! What would you like to tell us right away? A) I am from the home of Northern Cree! Q) What is your Native heritage? A) I am born of Cree Descent. ...

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Who’s Stunning Samsoche Sampson Dancing For Now?

Dynamic Native Dancer Samsoche Sampson Interview by Dr. Dawn Karima, Native American Culture Editor Samsoche Sampson Q) We are thrilled to visit with you! What do you wish we knew about you that we might not already know? A) I'm clumsy, like fall-down walking or falling-up stairs clumsy. I was born and raised in ...

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