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Genocide of 16,000 Natives – California Governor Issues Apology

On June 18th, 2019 California Governor Gavin Newsom issued the first ever formal apology to California Native tribes for past violence and genocide.  “California must reckon with our dark history,” said Governor Gavin Newsom. “California Native American peoples suffered violence, discrimination and exploitation sanctioned by state government throughout its history....

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Native American Indian Peyote Stitch Beaded Broncos Denver Football Fan Necklace – eBay find of the week

Native American Indian Peyote Stitch Beaded Broncos Denver Football Fan Necklace Handmade high-qualityseed-bead, peyote stitched Broncos Denver, Colorado Football team necklace.Back of necklace made of brain tanned deerskin.  Hand Made by Lakota Sioux Man,Jason White Horse.  Collectible, handmadeand one-of-a-kind BUY NOW!

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2020 Pow Wow Calendar – Experience Native American Culture At An Event Near You

The calendar on is the most comprehensive listing available for Native American Pow Wows. Our Pow Wow Calendar includes over 1,000 Native American events listed each year. Every weekend somewhere in the United States or Canada there is a Pow Wow happening. [caption id="attachment_25835" align="alignnone" width="800"] Each dot represents...

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Laura Grizzlypaws – Bear Dancer Tells Why The World Needs To Learn Lesson From The Bear People – Pow Wow Life

Listen to my interview with Laura Grizzlypaws. [spp-player url="" textabove="Pow Wow Life Episode 26" image=“" title="Interview with Laura Grizzlypaws"] Grizzlypaws was born and raised in Lillooet, British Columbia in the Interior Plateau region, she is of St’át’imc descent. Her St’át’imc name is “Stálhalamcen – Grizzly Paws,” She belongs to the...

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Meet Air Canada’s First All Indigenous Crew

Air Canada is marking National Indigenous Peoples Day by proudly highlighting the achievements and contributions of its Indigenous employees. This week, flight AC185 from Toronto to Vancouver, operated with Air Canada's flagship Boeing 787 Dreamliner, was flown by an all-Indigenous full crew of two pilots and nine flight attendants. This flight was also supported...

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Interview with Adam Sings In The Timber – Native Photojournalist Tells Stories With His Images – Pow Wow Life

Adam Sings In the Timber is a photojournalist. His work has been featured the New York Times, USA Today, Native People's Magazine and Adam has a style that tells stories through photos. Learn more about his work and background in my interview. Adam Sings In The Timber Interview

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