Native American NFL Players

Native American NFL Players

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In today’s era of dominance by the National Football League (NFL), it’s easy to overlook the historical contributions made by Native American players to the sport. From the inception of professional football to the present day, Native American athletes have left an indelible mark on the game.  Despite controversies with….

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Exploring the Potential of Blockchain for Indigenous Communities

Exploring the Potential of Blockchain for Indigenous Communities

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In today’s landscape, where technology merges with tradition, the connection between blockchain’s capabilities and Indigenous communities’ needs is gaining attention. Beyond the technological prowess of blockchain and the many investors scouring exchanges for the best market price for Bitcoin lies its potential to support communities in their quest for autonomy and ecological….

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Sherman Indian High School | History | Current Situation

Sherman Indian High School | History | Current Situation

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In an effort to integrate the Natives fully into mainstream society, the US government established various institutes and schools. One such institution is Sherman Indian School, which aims to empower Native American students with the necessary knowledge and skills while honing their unique heritage. About Sherman Indian School Sherman Indian….

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Native American Models and Their Role In Modern Fashion

Native American Models and Their Role In Modern Fashion

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Things are changing for Native representation in pop culture.  With Reservation Dogs and Flowers or the Killer Moon Native stories have become main stream.  The fashion industry has overlooked and excluded the talent of indigenous people. But not anymore!  The proper representation of Native American models in Vogue’s magazine and….

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Between Two Knees – Laughing Through History: The 1491s’ Bold Approach to Native American Storytelling

Between Two Knees – Laughing Through History: The 1491s’ Bold Approach to Native American Storytelling

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The intertribal Native American sketch comedy troupe, The 1491s, is made up of five members Ryan Redcorn, Dallas Goldtooth, Sterlin Harjo, Migizi Pensoneau, and Bobby Wilson. These self-proclaimed YouTube comedians with little to no theater experience have somehow managed to produce a hilarious play about American history that has made….

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Past PowWows.com Giveaway Information

Past PowWows.com Giveaway Information

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This is the place you will now be able to see our past giveaways and the list of winners. Enter our current giveaway! Previous Giveaways 20 Years of Live Streaming Not Supported

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Celebrating 20 Years Of Bringing Native American Pow Wows to the World

Celebrating 20 Years Of Bringing Native American Pow Wows to the World

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Can you believe it? We’ve been streaming pow wows live for two decades now! It’s been a wild ride filled with incredible performances, unforgettable moments, and technological challenges. I want to highlight some of the special moments and people that helped along the way. When I started building a webpage….

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Pow Wow 101 – Your Top Questions Answered

Pow Wow 101 – Your Top Questions Answered

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Join Paul Gowder on the Pow Wow Life podcast. In this episode, I’ll answer the most asked questions about Pow Wows. Are Pow Wows Open To The Public? First and foremost, host Paul Gowder addresses a common misconception: Pow Wows are indeed open to the public. They are vibrant events….

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Bridging Cultures: An Interview with Indigenous Creatives – Laurel Goodluck & Bridget George

Bridging Cultures: An Interview with Indigenous Creatives – Laurel Goodluck & Bridget George

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In the latest episode of the Pow Wow Life podcast, host Paul Gowder gives us an intimate conversation with Laurel Goodluck and Bridget George, the author and illustrator of the heartwarming children’s book ‘Too Much, My Great Big Native Family.‘  Laurel Goodluck, who hails from the Mandan and Hidatsa, shares….

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Birch Bark Coffee: A Journey from Indigenous Roots to Costco Success

Birch Bark Coffee: A Journey from Indigenous Roots to Costco Success

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Join Paul G with an interview with Mark Marsolais from Birch Bark Coffee! Mark is Ojibwe and a Band member of Whitefish River First Nation located on Birch Island, Ontario in the District of Manitoulin Island. As the proud founder of two First Nations-owned companies, IndiGenius and Associates Inc. and….

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Authentic Native American Blankets – Where To Buy?

Authentic Native American Blankets – Where To Buy?

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Embark on a journey through the vibrant tapestry of Native American heritage as we explore authentic blankets. The history of Native American blankets is deeply intertwined with the rich cultural tapestry of Indigenous peoples across North America. Blankets played a significant role in the daily lives, ceremonies, and cultural practices….

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Marvel’s Echo: A Cultural Triumph in Native Storytelling

Marvel’s Echo: A Cultural Triumph in Native Storytelling

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In the realm of superhero stories, Marvel’s latest addition, “Echo,” emerges not only as an exciting new chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe but also as a cultural milestone for Native Americans. As the ethereal flames of the Choctaw Nation dance in the background, the show introduces us to a….

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