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American Dakota Rug Giveaway – Enter To Win – Native American Articles – PowWows.com – Native American Pow Wows
Our friends at American Dakota produce amazing rugs with designs inspired and designs by Native American artists. We are a small rug company with an entrepreneurial spirit. We specialize in lodge, Southwest, sometimes unconventional designs. When possible we seek relationships…..
Just For Fun! Dogs Love Pow Wow Music – Native American Articles – PowWows.com – Native American Pow Wows
Just recently I saw a viral video come back around that was shared last summer. You know it’s good when your non-Native friends start sharing with you! Ha! So I thought I’d see what other funny pow wow dog videos…..
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Native American Crow Beaded Women’s Belt – eBay find of the week – Native American Articles – PowWows.com – Native American Pow Wows
Native American Crow Beaded Women’s Belt Absolutely gorgeous 1 3/4 inches wide hand beaded and tacked Women’s leather belt features traditional Crow Indian style design. Belt is 37 inches from end to end, tacked front hanging panel portion is 24…..
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The Thing About Skins: Crispus Attucks is about combined Native and black lineages that resisted, suffered and caused a revolution.
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Iconic musician Melissa Etheridge to perform on February 17 at Turning Stone Resort to benefit water protectors; calls NoDAPL ‘a battle in a greater war.’
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After an amazing drum group performance at the 2017 Grammys, Northern Cree Drum Group leader Steve Wood Shares his experience
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Ray Cook’s harsh words about Chase Iron Eyes for disagreeing with how Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is handling DAPL are unwarranted.
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A motion to overturn the United States Army Corps of Engineers’ approval of the permit for the Lake Oahe easement was filed February 14.
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A 154th Anniversary Memorial Ceremony was held January 29, 2017 to remember those lost in 1863.
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Pope Francis said that Indigenous Peoples should have control over what happens to their lands, apparently alluding to the Dakota Access Pipeline conflict.
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Very little money in private philanthropy goes to indigenous causes — less than three-tenths of one percent. Yet Native Americans represent over two percent of the U.S. population.
Michael Roberts (Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska), president and CEO of nonprofit First Nations Development Institute, thinks that’s due to a widespread public misconception that the U.S. government supports all Indian needs. The truth is, disparities are compounded by the fact that the Native population has some of the highest rates of poverty,
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Racially offensive language in politics once draw bipartisan backlash, but when President Trump calls Sen. Warren Pocahontas the GOP shrugs.
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Montana Wilson, a senior at Montana State University, is the first Native American student to win the prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship.
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I was invited to spend 4 days at the Mall of America as part of their MinNoCoata program. The Mall is trying to show that you can come to Minnesota and enjoy their stores and attractions in the middle of…..
Longest Walk Brings Awareness to Substance Abuse and Domestic Violence – Native American Articles – PowWows.com – Native American Pow Wows
Dennis Banks, an enrolled member of the Red Lake Band of Anishinaabe and a co-founder of the American Indian Movement (AIM) is once again hoping the Longest Walk can help bring attention to issues that plague the Native American community……
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Advocates are calling for May 5 to be designated as National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Native Women and Girls.
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Raider Head Coach Chris Stoebner is a pretty husky guy, but the first words out of his mouth after his team’s 54-41 defeat of arch-rival Rapid City Central were, ‘I’m exhausted!’
Our final days representing Radical Women and Freedom Socialist Party at Standing Rock were action-packed and compelling.
Mistrust of the new Trump administration is running high as Indian Country tries to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.