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Join us for KU’s 33rd Annual First Nations Student Association (FNSA) Powwow and the 5th Annual Indigenous Cultures Festival. This year we're in-person and outdoors at The Lied Center of Kansas. Douglas County COVID precautions will be followed. This is a FREE community event featuring a daylong powwow and activities such as Indigenous films, educational workshops, and children’s activities focused on Indigenous cultures. Indigenous artists and craftspeople will have items for sale, and Indigenous food items will be available for purchase throughout the day.

2022 Powwow Details: Grand Entry 12pm & 6pm

Indigenous Cultures Festival Activities include

  • Powwow 101
  • Indian Education 101
  • Indigenous Authors Conversation
  • Stories of Sacrifice and Survival
  • Kids Activities with CRELI
  • Indigenous Hand Games
  • Finger Weaving Activity
  • Storytime with Jimmy Beason
  • Storytime with Christina Haswood
  • Indigenous Books with Ponak’azo
  • The Relocation of Nokwsi (Virtual Puppet Show) and Q&A with Director Robert Hicks Jr
  • Larry Cork
  • Pawan Dhote

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