Pow Wow Yoga

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Champion dancer Acosia Redelk has created a new way get in shape - Pow Wow Yoga! According to Acosia: Powwow Yoga Infusion is a Movement Practice that combines Native American Powwow Dancing with Yoga. The idea is... Read more »

Indigenous Hockey Players ‘Hit the Ice’ for Season 6

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Montreal, February 14, 2018 - Hit The Ice returns for its sixth season. The 15-episode series features Midget and Junior Indigenous hockey hopefuls, from communities across the country, aged 16 to 18, as they are put ... Read more »

Short Film Focuses on Chemawa Indian School Football Team

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NFL Films recently filmed the Chemawa Indian School football team in Oregon, and it was inspiring to see how a little perseverance and teamwork can payoff. Watch the film and see if you're not inspired by these kid... Read more »

The Face of Racism Chief Wahoo – 1932 – 2018 – Marty Two Bulls

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The Face of Racism Chief Wahoo - 1932 - 2018 - Marty Two Bulls Disclaimer The views expressed in the editorial cartoon are not necessarily that of PowWows.com. PowWows.com publishes these editorial cartoons... Read more »

Native American In the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics

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The 2018 Winter Olympics will be held February 9-25 in PyeongChang.  Four First Nations athletes will compete for Canada at the Olympic Games.  They join a long list of Native athletes to compete at the Olym... Read more »

Cleveland Saying Goodbye to Chief Wahoo Logo in 2019

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Big news from the Cleveland Indians today! Commissioner Robert D. Manfred, Jr. announced today that the Cleveland Indians will remove the “Chief Wahoo” logo from their uniforms, effective with the 2019 season. The an... Read more »

First Nations Singers and Hoop Dancer Heading to 2018 Olympic Games

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What is likely a dream come true for any performer, three First Nations performers were invited to the Cultural Olympiad Art Performance Festival during the 2018 Olympic Games in South Korea. Going by the name of Reco... Read more »

Washington Redhawks – How Four Letters Impacted the Internet Yesterday

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Yesterday I started seeing a lot of people sharing a news release that Washington's NFL team has changed their name to the Redhawks instead of the Redsk*ns. As you can imagine everyone was so excited by the announceme... Read more »

Congratulations to the First Navajo UFC Champion!

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Not only did Navajo fighter Nicco Montaño win the inaugural UFC women’s flyweight title on Friday night, she did it with a broken bone in her foot! Talk about tough! Social media was blowing up over the weekend wit... Read more »

Wampanoag Boxer Makes Grand Entry into the Boxing Ring

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Over the weekend, Seaconke Wampanoag Boxer Kali Reis, a.k.a “K.O”, was a part of an exciting boxing lineup at the Mohegan Sun. "Slugfest at the Sun" hosted a 6 round female Middleweight fight between Kali Reis and Tif... Read more »

Must See! Six Nations Lacrosse Player Scores Amazing Goal

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This guy has mad skills! Tehoka Nanticoke, recently named Inside Lacrosse's No. 1 overall incoming freshman in the 2017 Recruiting Issue, showed why he's a force to be reckoned with. In a game on Sunday, he made th... Read more »

Watch the Ute Tribe’s Winning Halftime Performance!

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The Ute Tribe once again came out and supported the University of Utah's football team by performing at the halftime show. Go Nuchu! It's so refreshing to see the sharing of culture instead of the appropriat... Read more »

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