The Morongo Pow Wow showed their support this weekend for the Standing Rock Sioux tribe.
Miss Indian World, who is from the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, spoke to everyone about the issues with the pipeline near her reservation.
The committee at Morongo hosted a blanket dance to collect funds. These funds will be sent to the Sacred Stone Camp to help support the protectors there....
Miss Indian World, Danielle Ta’ Sheena Finn, is visiting the Morongo Pow Wow this weekend in Cabazon, California.
Danielle talked with us for a moment about her travels this year. We also talked about the issues facing her tribe with the pipeline.
Check the list below for the latest Pow Wows added to our calendar and ones coming up in the next couple of weeks!
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Upcoming Pow Wow
26th Annual Stillwater Pow Wow
September 30 - October 03
1890 Briggs St., Anderson, CA - 96007
10th Annual PAIA Lower Eastern Cherokee Nation SC
September 24 - September 24
3688 Warrior Creek Church Road, Gray Court, SC - 29645
25TH ANNUAL FORT OMAHA INTERTRIBAL POW WOW
September 24 - September 24
5300 N 30th St.â€¨, ...
Throughout his career, Neil Young has always used Native imagery in his work, but has also taken a stand on Native issues. Recently Young spoke out against the Keystone XL pipeline with the song "Who's Gonna Stand Up?", so it's no surprise that he'd also tackle the Dakota Access pipeline.
In a new song released on his social media outlets, "Indian Givers" takes on the recent events in North Dakota.
“There’s a battle raging on the sacred land
Our brothers and sisters have ...
Native American Made Oval Beaded Belt Buckle Leather Suede Back Shoshone-Bannock – eBay find of the week
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The 2016 Paradise Pow Wow was held September 10th and 11th on the grounds of the Gold Nugget Museum in Paradise, California. All proceeds from the pow wow go to the Katie Prosser Memorial Fund, a scholarship that was created to encourage Native American students to pursue careers in the health care field.
The Paradise Pow Wow staff included:
MC: Val Shadowhawk
AD: Craig Hackett
Head Man: Buddys Fallsrock (Pit River, Oglala Lakota)
Head Woman: (Sat) Maggie Littlejohn-Dean (Yaqui, Cherokee), (Sun) Myria Casada-Tejon (Wintun, Apache, ...
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There's nothing like new music to get me going on a Monday morning! A Tribe Called Red have been teasing new songs over the past month and now have officially released their third full length album, We Are The Halluci Nation.
Here's a quick look at all the videos they've released so far from the album
You can stream/buy the album via this link HERE. The CD is also available on ...
The 70th Annual Shinnecock pow wow was held over Labor Day weekend in Southampton, New York and is one of the largest Native American Gatherings on the East Coast. Folks from all over come and enjoy the sights, sounds and tasty treats that this pow wow has to offer.
The pow wow also served as a muse for these gorgeous videos courtesy of Lighthouse Films. These two videos, shot at the Shinnecock Pow Wow, capture each dancer's grace and beauty....
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Gourd dancing is not a “pow wow style” of dance. Gourd Dances are held regularly by several groups especially in Oklahoma. Today the dance is being done at pow wows …
Benjamin Sitting Bull created a couple of tutorial videos for folks wanting to learn some Lakota beadwork. Watch as he adds beads to a small tobacco bag using a lazy …
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