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|01-27-2006, 01:56 AM||#1|
Have Shawl Will Travel
If you could add or change powwow......
If you could add or change something at powwow, what would it be?
|01-27-2006, 12:03 PM||#2|
Have everyone get along and genuinely enjoy being there.
Have everyone leave, all agreeing they were treated well.
"Identity is not solely measured by blood. If your tribe and community claims you, you are them!" Whome(2015)
|01-27-2006, 06:27 PM||#3|
Pow Wow Visitor
At a lot of powwows i would change the one rule: In order to collect your honarium you have to stay dressed to you get home!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I see a lot of powwows accomadating the spectators. I realize the gate is what brings the payouts to dancers and singers.
I have seen many powwows dance the adults in the afternoon saturday, only to have them sit around all night, when the light are on and the atmosphere is powwow time.
Are young ones are the best teachers to our spectators, let the crowd enjoy them during the day!!!!!
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