Dreamstarter on 4/17/17
VIDEO: Dreamstarter Ruben Zendejas talks to PBS/KUED about his Dancing Strong Youth Powwow
Dreamstarter, Culture & Language Preservation on 4/5/17
We are so proud of our Dreamstarters from 2015 and 2016 and all that these young Native American leaders are accomplishing in their communities. Check out these updates from a few of our Dreamstarters
Dreamstarter on 3/31/17
Year 2 Dreamstarter Jenna Smith talks about her experience performing thier Osage ballet, Wahzhazhe.
Dreamstarter on 3/24/17
Year 2 Dreamstarter Rosalia Badhorse shares why she wanted to work with youth in her community for her powwow project and shares the story of a girl who sewed her own regalia!
Dreamstarter on 3/1/17
Dreamstarter on 1/19/17
Blaze walks us through what a typical training session is for learning Kyin-naal del'.
Dreamstarter on 1/12/17
Year 2 Dreamstarter Blaze Burrows talks about the process of carving sticks and tossels for the traditional Wailaki stick game that he is helping revitalize in his community.
Dreamstarter on 12/20/16
Dreamstarter Annie Chasing Hawk talks about the early steps in making her dream a reality.
Dreamstarter on 12/2/16
Ruben's dream is to host a youth powwow in his community. Along the way he's set up various workshops on various cultural components - check out updates from his moccasin & dancing sessions!
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