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  • Last year’s NAIA Powwow drew Native celebrities from world of art and film

    By Albert Bender
    Nashville, Tennessee (NFIC)

    The 27th Annual Native American Indian Association Powwow (NAIA) last fall drew participants and spectators from far and near, but also famed Native American celebrities for the world of art and film, artist Dana Tiger and actress Irene Bedard.

    “I was really glad to be able to come to this Powwow and NAIA really knows how to treat people and I also brought my kids art,” said Dana Tiger. She continued, “I had been to a couple of other powwows in the area in the summer and Tennessee has treated me really well. This is a good powwow and I came here to share my family history and my art and to see the art of all of the different tribes represented.”

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