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Annual U. powwow honors and celebrates Native American culture

Published April 17, 2014 12:45 pm
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The 42nd Annual Sustaining Our Culture Powwow at the University of Utah celebrated American Indian culture Saturday.

Organized by the U.'s Inter-Tribal Student Association, the annual event is aimed at honoring the Native American community and students with a day of ceremony, dance and music.

For more information on the Inter-Tribal Student Association, go online to www.facebook.com/pages/Inter-Tribal-Student-Association-ITSA/237346772992499.




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