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Two Young Men Sing Flag Song At White House Tribal Nations Conference

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Preston and Niizhoo Sullivan sang the Flag Song at the White House today! We’ve featured Niizhoo several times on PowWows.com.  Today’s audience including representatives from hundreds of tribes and President Obama. Watch the video of these two sing for our tribal leaders. Video from Kimber Acosta with News from Indian Country.     Post by Kimber ...
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Road trips can be long and tedious.  The hours driving through the dark night can make the trip creep along! Thanks to our new sponsor, we have a great solution for you! On your next road trip, check out Audible.com and download an audio book to help pass the time! Audible.com has a great offer ...
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All throughout Indian Country everyone is mourning the loss of a great dancer, Spike Draper. A lot of people have been turning to social media to share their condolences with the family and share their favorite photos and stories of Spike. I went through YouTube and found some great footage of Spike dancing through the ...
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Powwows are a powerful part of life for Ivan Succo! A talented Navajo artist, his plumes are prized by some of the greatest dancers in the Powwow Arena. Dancing, Drumming and Designs are all in a day’s work for this skillful Dine’ artisan! Interview by Dawn Karima, Native American Culture Editor DK: Powwows are a ...
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Once again Jamie Okuma wows me with her intricate beadwork! Check out this video from the Minneapolis Institute of Arts which showcases this stunning jewelry set from Native artists Jamie Okuma and Keri Ataumbi. Pocahontas Jewelry Set, Of Us and Art: The 100 Videos Project, Episode 14 from Minneapolis Institute of Arts on Vimeo. (h/t ...
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Lakota Singer Nominated for Best New Artist at 2015 Indigenous Music Awards

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  Gabrielle Knife has been singing all of her life. She says, “Singing well? Not until about my sophomore year in High School. Around this time of my life is when I began looking into the Wicaglata, or ‘women singing behind the drum’ role. I had grandmothers and aunties who sang behind the drum. I ...
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Great eBay Find of the Day!

Look at this set of beadwork for sale:
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Native American beadwork – eBay find of the week Item Specifics Crown, hairties, choker with drop, medallion with beaded rope, 2 sets of beaded earrings, elk hide Leggins, 2xl purse, xl beaded backdrop. Click here to buy ...
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On this episode of Making Regalia with Juaquin Lonelodge, with special guest Willow Abrahamson, they show us how to construct a bustle backboard. Making Regalia – Episode 7 Season 2 from CATV47 on Vimeo. As you know, these episodes are brought to you by Cheyenne and Arapaho Television- CATV47. They don’t have the big budgets ...
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Some very luckily kids were asked to perform for an international audience recently! Ambassador Keith Harper, U.S. Representative to the Human Rights Council, hosted a performance by young hoop dance performers from the Pueblo of Pojoaque at the U.S. Mission, Friday, July 18. “When we talk about human rights, we like to focus on the ...
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