Pow Wow Profiles Bearsheart Family The Circle Comes Around

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By Jonette Ross Brown Eyes Brad Bearsheart, Hunkpapa Lakota and Santee Dakota, began the circle in Standing Rock, ND. His father’s side of the family was in the ministry. At first, it was expected that he would follow this spiritual path. He was brought up with the goals of education,….

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Denver March 2016-2017 Princess – Keya Clairmont

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Keya Clairmont is a Denver native and has proudly served as the Denver March Powwow Princess, traveling across the United States and Canada representing her family, community and the Denver March. Keya’s Lakota name is “Ta Oyate Iyucupi Waciyan Win” – Makes People Happy Through Her Dancing. She is proof….

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Leo “Chico” Her Many Horses – Arena Director at Denver March Pow Wow

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The Denver March selected Leo “Chico” Her Many Horses as their Arena Director. Chico, an enrolled member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, grew up in Pine Ridge and Rosebud, SD. His name Toka Ka Kiyuch’pe translates loosely to “His Enemies are Jealous”. Chico currently lives in Ethete, WY with his….

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Native American Recipes - Fry Bread

Tocabe – Native American Eats at Denver March Pow Wow

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Tocabe (an Osage word for “blue”) will feed dancers, singers and visitors at the Denver March Powwow, serving Indian tacos and fry bread. Tocabe: An American Indian Eatery is a local restaurant in Denver with two locations. Matthew Chandra and Ben Jacobs, college pals, founded Tocabe in 2008 and based….

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