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Explore Native American Culture through the people and their stories! Welcome everyone - Natives and people looking to learn more about this vibrant living culture. Hosted by Paul Gowder the creator and owner of PowWows.com. PowWows.com is your source for all things Native American since 1996.
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Jun 27, 2022

Join Paul G for an interview with Chef Brian Yazzie.

Brian Yazzie (a.k.a. Yazzie the Chef) is a Diné Chef from Dennehotso, Arizona which is located on the Northeastern part of the Navajo Nation. He currently resides in Saint Paul, MN and has a degree in Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Culinary Arts from Saint Paul College.

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What To Expect At Your First Pow Wow
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Jun 21, 2022

Join Paul G for an interview with music icon Joanne Shenandoah.  Joanne was called the "matriarch of Indigenous music" by the New York Times.  

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Jun 14, 2022

Join Paul G for an interview with the creators of the Virtual Round Dance.  During 2020 Fawn and Dallas found a way to use social media to stay connected and keep others connected to Round Dance songs.

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What To Expect At Your First Pow Wow
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Jun 7, 2022

Join Paul G for a round table discussion with the people in the documentary Gather.

The stunning documentary, Gather, follows four individuals as they share their experiences as natives and their plan to keep their culture alive while feeding and nourishing their communities. They are all in the midst of a cultural movement in hopes of reconnecting their Native communities to the somewhat lost heritage and ancient ways concerning food production and consumption. As Native identities struggle to remain in a land of continued oppression and invisibility, these four prove that there are still communities out there that are unshakeable and still stand in the wake of decades of historical suffering.

Learn more - https://www.powwows.com/a-must-see-documentary-gather/

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