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April 10FIRST NATIONS STUDENT ASSOCIATION POWWOW AND INDIGENOUS CULTURES FESTIVAL 32ND ANNUAL FIRST NATIONS STUDENT ASSOCIATION POWWOW
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The 32nd Annual First Nations Student Association Powwow will take place virtually on Facebook. Tune in to join Master of Ceremonies Ruben Little Head, Head Lady Dancer Tweesna Mills, Head Man Dancer Xavier Little Head, and other dancers from around the country. A number of public events will happen in conjunction with the Powwow as part of the KU Indigenous Cultures Festival. To learn more about these programs, please visit: https://fnsa-powwow.blog.ku.edu/.
Sponsored By: KU First Nations Student Association, KU Graduates United by Indigeneity, The Lied Center of Kansas, KU Native Faculty & Staff Council, KU Indigenous Studies Program, Spencer Museum of Art, KU Culturally Responsive Early Literacy Instruction, KU School of Social Welfare, KU Department of Film and Media Studies, Haskell Indian Nations University Tommaney Library, KU Libraries, Haskell Indian Nations University Student Activities & Recreation Department, KU Student Senate, KU Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging, KU Office of the Provost, LK Digital, LLC