Tag: fancy shawl
Photos: 28th Annual Indian festival honored sacred women, mothers and grandmothers at the Native American Mother's Day Pow Wow in Canton
Brooklynites joined indigenous communities at Sunset Park on April 23 to honor Mother Earth and learn about indigenous culture.
“Today, so many people all over the world really are searching for some kind of a connection to Mother Earth. Many, many people have heard of pipestone pipes. But they have no idea where they come from, or what they do,” said Ojibwe pipemaker Bud Johnston.
Fifty-three pipestone pits, stretching...
A young, dedicated dancer explores the meaning behind some of her favorite pieces of pow wow regalia
Soboba TANF was invited to bring their students to the 20th annual Payomkawichum (People of the West) Soboba Inter-Tribal Pow Wow to perform recently
Pow wow meets Rodeo: This November at the Indian National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas
Tanya H. Lee
His mother was the first spinning fancy shawl dancer - Elder Norman Roach.
POW WOW SEASON IS HERE! ICTMN is thrilled to announce that our Annual 2016 Pow Wow Magazine is now available for digital download.
Dictionary.com, a widely-sourced website of definitions and synonyms, defines a pow wow as an event where Native Americans practice magic.
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