Archives For Pow Wows


1. The Game-Changers: Top Gaming Vendors Target Social Media and Acquisitions

2. 5 Pow Wows to Check Out Before Thanksgiving Day

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3. Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians Opens Historic New Health Center

Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians
The new health center of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians.

4. Video: Cherokee Elder Johnny Sanders Talks of ‘Old-Time Indians’

Cherokee Elder Johnny Sanders
Cherokee Nation
Cherokee Elder Johnny Sanders talks about growing up.

5. Rosebud Leader on Keystone: ‘Test Us – You’ll See an Indian Uprising’

CNN Screen Capture

6. Ho-Chunk Gaming Wisconsin Enters Sponsorship With Minnesota Swarm

7. Poverty Point: Preservation of a Prehistoric World Heritage Site

Poverty Point, aerial photo

8. NATION to NATION

Treaties Between the United States and American Indian Nations

September 21, 2014–Fall 2018 | Washington, DC


1. Tribal General Welfare Exclusion Act: Landmark Legislation or Hollow Victory?

2. Arizona’s Indian Gaming Phenomenon

Lee Allen
Valerie Spicer, executive director of the Arizona Indian Gaming Association, told EXPO attendees: “This has been a banner year for Indian gaming in Arizona.”

3. Stealing Children: A Look at Indigenous Child Removal Policies

Margaret Jacobs A Generation Removed
Craig Chandler/University Communications/University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Margaret Jacobs, professor of history and director of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, has just published a second volume based on her research.

4. What a Scene! Glamour and Talent at the 2014 AIFF Awards

5. Young Dancer at 2014 Indian Festival in Stone Mountain

6. Navajo Presidential Election Not Until 2015 Now

Demonstration of a Native being Nativer than you (see item no. 2 on list).

7. San Manuel Joins Morongo, Card Clubs and Amaya in Push for Online Poker

Associated Press

8. The Black Snake Hears a Song: Declaring War on the Keystone Pipeline

9. EPA Climate Justice Blog: Revitalization Is Good Medicine

10. Popular Indian Mortgage Program Now Costs More

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1. Video: Climate Change Adaptation Is Half the Battle, Says National Climate Assessment

The Story Group/Vimeo
Adapting to the climate change that is already manifesting is as important as preventing further environmental deterioration, say the convening lead authors of the Adaptation chapter of President Barack Obama’s National Climate Assessment.

2. Photographers Sue to Stop Grand Teton Elk Hunt

© Thomas D. Mangelsen/Mangelsen Stock
A cow elk is dragged by horse to the Blacktail Ponds Overlook during the Elk Reduction Program in Grand Teton National Park. A lawsuit filed on October 20 by two photographers seeks to stop the hunt.

3. EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy Talks to ICTMN About Indigenous Knowledge, Stewardship and Tribal Relations

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy

4. Governing and Demagoguery

5. Tribes Seeks Sovereignty Grand Slam With Reauthorization of Housing Act

Mark Fogarty
A house in the Black Mesa View subdivision on the San Felipe Pueblo north of Albuquerque

6. This Election, the People are Singing

Courtesy Native Vote
Montana’s future voters. Two young advocates took time from the powwow to tell adults to vote because it matters.

7. Actions Define Destiny: Sharing Indigenous Knowledge in South Africa

George Neptune Peace Indaba
George Neptune
George Neptune poses with other youth delegates on Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for more than two decades.

8. Historic Arthur Amiotte Exhibit Now on Display at The Heritage Center

Arthur Amiotte
Red Cloud Indian School/Arthur Amiotte
World-renowned Lakota artist Arthur Amiotte’s traveling exhibition “Transformation and Continuity in Lakota Culture: The Collages of Arthur Amiotte, 1988-2014″ will be on display at The Heritage Center from November 15 through December 15, 2014

9. Find Your Relatives: Ancestry.com Expands American Indian Collection

Library of Congress Navajos
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division
This image from the Library of Congress is simply titled “Navajos” and is from 1905.

10. Honoring Veterans II: Belated Honor for Code Talkers

11. AIANTA to Introduce Indian Country Tourism to the Chinese Travel Market

12. Check Out 17 Beautiful Portraits from Stone Mountain Pow Wow by Amy Morris

Gaylon Nelson at Stone Mountain Pow Wow Oct 30-Nov 02, 2014
Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com
Gaylon Nelson at Stone Mountain Pow Wow 2014

13. That’s so Hawkish! Seahawks Mascot Leaves Handler to Hang With Fans

Taima the Hawk, the Seattle Seahawks live mascot, flew away from her hander to hang out with fans.

14. First Nation Soccer Star in Hall of Fame 100 Years After Death

British Columbia Archives
Harry Manson (bottom row, second from right) helped pioneer the game of soccer. He was inducted into the Soccer Hall of Fame posthumously on November 8, 2014.

15. Must-See Documentary: LaDonna Harris, a Native Ambassador for 50 Years

Actress Cicely Tyson and LaDonna Harris were among a group honored as ‘Women of the Year 1973.’

1. Breaking: Body Found in Washington Believed to Be Misty Upham

Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP
Misty Upham arrives on the red carpet at the 2013 AFI Fest premiere of ‘August: Osage County’ at the TCL Chinese Theatre on Friday, Nov. 8, 2013 in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

2. Search Continues for Misty Upham; Father Responds to Media Coverage

facebook.com/misty.upham
Actress Misty Upham currently has short hair, as in this photo posted to Facebook August 11.

3. ‘The Rez Sisters': 28 Years Later, More Relevant Than Ever

Source: belfry.bc.ca
‘The Rez Sisters ‘celebrates Native women, with all their flaws and complex relationships.’

4. AIANTA Wants You! Preparations Underway for World’s Leading Travel Show

5. ICTMN Environmental Writer Terri Hansen on Diversity Travel Fellowship to ScienceWriters2014

ICTMN correspondent Terri Hansen will use her Diversity Travel Fellowship to this conference to encourage Native journalists to focus on science writing.

6. Student Newspaper Bans R-Word, Braces for First Amendment Fight

BucksCountyCourierTimes.com
Members of The Playwickian staff review its papers before distribution.

7. Back From Near Extinction: Kootenais Open First Ever Hatchery for Burbot and Sturgeon

Jack McNeel
Tanks for holding burbot are designed to separate fish of different sizes, as they are a very predatory species and will eat their own.

8. Gift of the Harvest—the Art and History of Ricing

Wisconsin Media Lab
Fred Ackley Jr, right, appears in Wisconsin Media Lab’s video about ricing.

9. San Manuel Pow Wow Has Huge Prize Money, Awesome Singers & Drums

Diego James Robles
A young fancy shawl dancer walks by hung photographic murals of powwow dancers from previous years, during the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians’ Annual Pow Wow.

10. Stunning photos from the 25th Native American Festival at Moundville Archaeological Park

Amy Morris/ciraphotography.com
From Choctaw, MS, a group of youth from the Mystic Wind Stickball Players put on a high paced intense traditional game of stickball with ancient mounds as their background for onlookers at the 25th Moundville Indian Festival in Alabama

11. Sleep With One Eye Open, Sandman has Entered Minn. Congressional Race

Courtesy Ray Sandman’s Campaign Office
Ray “Skip” Sandman has his sights set on the 8th Congressional District in Minnesota as the Green Party candidate.

12. Rep. Lisa Johnson-Billy to Encourage Native Women to Run on Radio Show

Rep. Lisa Johnson-Billy, Chickasaw, is encouraging Native women to enter the political scene whether federal, state or tribal.

13. Invader-States Hijacked UN World Conference on Indigenous Peoples


1. Saving Lives One Defibrillator at a Time

2. Kirkpatrick Announces $5 Million Transportation Grant For Navajo Nation

3. Pow Wow Dance Style Origins: Men’s Fancy Dance, Part 4

Ken Rahaim, Smithsonian Institution

4. NDN Food Porn, Anyone? 10 Delicious Frybread Photos

5. Native Skateboarders! ‘Ramp it Up’ Exhibit Draws Big Crowds

Courtesy Dustinn Craig (White Mountain Apache/Navajo)
4-Wheel Warpony skateboarders, 2008. From left to right, White Mountain Apache skaters Armonyo Hume, Jess Michael Smith, Aloysius Henry, Ronnie Altaha and Lee Nash. The skate team was founded by award-winning filmmaker Dustinn Craig (White Mountain Apache/Navajo), who got his start making skateboarding videos in Arizona.

6. Women in the War on ISIL

WAM
Maj. Mariam Al Mansouri, 35, is a squadron commander in UAE Air Force (UAEAF), piloting an F-16 Block 60 fighter jet likely among those dropping munitions this week in coordinated attacks against Islamic State strongholds near Raqqa, Aleppo and Idlib.

7. A Letter to Obama For Signing the Tribal General Welfare Exclusion Act

8. World Conference Outcome Document: States Win

Courtesy UN Photo/Mark Garten
Tadodaho Sid Hill, Chief of the Onondaga Nation, delivers the ceremonial welcome to participants at the opening of the high-level plenary meeting of the General Assembly known as the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples.

9. Holding the U.S. Accountable for Funds Held in Trust

10. Penny Gamble-Williams & IndiVisible: African-Native American Lives in the Americas


1. Red Lake Capitol Construction Ahead of Schedule

Courtesy Michael Meuers
Long shot of the Government Center

2. Reclaiming Our Children Through Food

3. Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians Celebrate 19th Pow Wow

OurMotherTongues.org

4. Fighting the Plague of Diabetes in Indian Country

5. Top 12 Tweets of the Week

AP

6. Indigenous Peoples Essential to Climate Movement, March Organizers Say

Theresa Braine
The ‘anti-Beiber’ Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, 14-year-old indigenous rapper from Boulder, spoke at the People’s Climate March kickoff event in New York City on September 19.

7. Federal Recognition and Unratified Treaties

NorthForkRancheria.com
The North Fork Rancheria has this image of local unratified treaties on their website.

8. Native Humor: 20 Signs She May Be ‘Too Rez’ for You, Bro

Irene Bedard as Suzy Song in ‘Smoke Signals.’

1. Indian National Rodeo Finals Launches Health Campaign; Declares Diabetes

Awareness Day

INRF
The INFR Diabetes Benefit and Fashion Show is just one of the events that is
part of the campaign to promote diabetes awareness. The model is wearing a
Red Lightning Couture outfit.

2. Are Second-Round Payments for Cobell Coming Soon?

3. Treaties, Ceded Lands, and Recognition

4. Photos: The Akwesasne International Powwow in Cornwall Island, Ontario, Canada

5. Video: People’s Climate March Lays Out the Science, Dovetailing With

Traditional Knowledge

Vimeo/People’s Climate March
Big Blue Marble or Big Doomed Marble? Time is running out to do something
about climate change, and here’s why.

6. Salmon Homecoming Dedicated to Life and Memory of Billy Frank Jr.

AP images/Ted S. Warren
Billy Frank Jr. is seen here in January 2014.

7. EPA Climate Justice Blog: Opening Immigrants’ Eyes to Environmental Health in

American Homes

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
ECOSS Staff member Sophorn Sim at an Indoor Air event.

8. Raza-Blue sky