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Explore Native – 2020 Native American Heritage Giveaway

Explore Native will show you ways to Explore Native American Culture during Native American Heritage Month. Whether you are a Pow Wow dancer, a Native American scholar, or just someone interested in Native Culture, Explore Native will provide you new ways to learn about this vibrant culture. The contest below...

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10 of the Most Important Dates for Native American History

Native Americans have a rich heritage and legacy, full of beautiful moments and unexpected calamities. We’re going to go over some of the most important dates for Native Americans today. Each one of these carries a great deal of significance for them, and are worth knowing about even if you...

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The Best Digital Photo Frames to Connect Families

Social distancing has been extremely hard on all of us. Not being able to be close to our loved ones, or even give them a hug because of the pandemic feels like sheer torture most days. All of those family gatherings, taking memorable pow wow photos, and connecting are things...

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Support PowWows.com

Thank you so much for visiting!  I’m so pleased to introduce our incredible forum for celebrating and preserving Native American culture. Our colorful stories, beautiful traditions, and rich history—across the many tribes in the U.S. and Canada are so important. All are integral to our amazing (but often complex) past...

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All About Ribbon Skirts – How To Make Ribbon Skirts

Brightly-colored ribbon skirts are a traditional piece of clothing for many Native American women and girls, as it honors their heritage and is a way to represent themselves as well as causes, such as the missing and murdered Indigenous women and children.  https://www.instagram.com/p/CF7lkhvFgTI/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link “Skirts in Native American communities are more...

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Native American Athlete Takes on the Tour de France

Get ready to hear the name Neilson Powless more often. The 24-year old has become the first Native American cyclist to ride in the Tour de France after only riding professionally for 5 years.  Athletics comes naturally to Powless; it’s in his blood, sweat, and tears. His love for cycling...

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Help Wanted: Community Manager/Executive Assistant

PowWows.com is looking to hire a Community Manager/Executive Assistant.  Please complete the form below to apply. The position is a contract. Expected Hours: 10-15 hours/week to start Schedule: Flexible Location: Job is virtual Required Skills Experience with Facebook Groups, WordPress, Convertkit, Asana, Shopify Ability to organize workload by priorities Proactive...

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Best Practices When Teaching About Native People

Our country is in a unique time. There is civil unrest with groups from various cultures calling out for justice, equality, and for their voices to be heard. Not only are they wanting things to positively change in the present but also are looking for historical change, especially in regards...

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Get Counted Now – New Deadline For Census 2020

Native Americans are notoriously undercounted in the U.S. census. By the looks of it, the 2020 census isn't the step forward we were hoping for when it comes to ensuring our Native American communities are accurately counted for. From language barriers, wildfires, COVID-19, and geographic isolation, Native Americans face more...

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Free Email Series: What to Expect at Your First Pow Wow