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CSUN 22nd Annual Intertribal Pow Wow,
"Peace and Dignity-Uniting the Eagle and Condor," Feb 19-20, 2005

The American Indian Student Association at Cal State Northridge (CSUN AISA) is planning their 22nd Annual Pow Wow Saturday & Sunday, February 19-20, 2005. February the 19th will be from approx. 10 AM to 10 PM and February the 20th from 10 AM to 6 PM.

What is a Pow Wow? Pauau (Pow Wow) is a Native American term in the language of the Algonquin Indians of North America, located in Quebec and Ontario, Canada (although such gatherings come from throughout North America and have been labeled as such). Pow Wow is a time when a variety of different tribal nations come together to sing, dance, visit, renew old friendships and make new ones.

This gathering will continue from the 21st Annual Pow Wow left off in 1998 at the Cal State Northridge campus and will bring local Indian communities together from the San Fernando Valley and greater LA area.

Included in the Pow Wow will be American Indian dancers invited from different regions of the Americas, Indian drum circles, arts/crafts, and Indian food vendors.

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