Author: Paul G

Online Pow Wow Dance Contest – Win a Pendleton Blanket

It's Pow Wow Time!  Well from home! PowWows.com and Pendleton are sponsoring an online Pow Wow dance contest. Record yourself dancing to enter the contest for a chance at a Pendleton Blanket and other great prizes! Winners are determined by public voting. Prizes 1st Place - Buffalo Nation Pendleton Blanket 2nd...

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Shop Native – Directory of Native American Products

Shop Native is our latest feature on PowWows.com! Shop Native is an online directory of Native American products and products made for Natives.  The products include clothing, beauty, beadwork, herbal, art, blankets and more. With over 40 companies and products already listed, the directory is attracting visitors from around the...

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Pow Wow Nation Spotlight – March 28, 2020

PowWows.com is hosting an online live stream of Native American performers! Pow Wow Nations Spotlight March 28 1:0o pm Eastern Join us live - Pow Wow Nation Spotlight The world is feeling disconnected right now - no Pow Wows and stuck in our home.  PowWows.com is partnering with Native American...

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American Dakota Rug Giveaway – Enter Now

Enter to win an American Dakota Rug! Thanks to our friends at American Dakota for providing this awesome prize! Prize 5×8 Distressed Fresco - electric nylon area rug from American Dakota. [gallery columns="2" size="gallery-y" link="file" ids="89464,89465,89466,89467,89468"] About American Dakota American Dakota is not just a rug company, it's a brand...

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Tribal Directory On Your Phone – TeePee App

Finally, a Native-specific app is created and available to the general population. Miguel Douglas, of the Puyallup tribe, created the new mobile app, which “acts as a digital directory, providing users with the resources to contact each of the 573+ federally recognized Tribes, their enterprises as well as Alaska Native...

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MTV True Life Crime: The Hanna Harris Story

One of MTV’s shows, True Life Crime, aired Hanna Harris’ story in February to highlight the ongoing and devastating crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women. Hanna, a 21-year-old woman living in Lame Deer, Montana, went out to meet friends to celebrate the Fourth of July, but never returned home...

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