32nd Annual Powwow Puts on a Show at CSUN

  • American Indian tribes performed traditional dances for attendees. Photo by David Hawkins.

  • Tataviam storyteller Alan Salazar speaks to guests at the 32nd annual Powwow at CSUN. Photo by David Hawkins

  • Attendees who wanted to learn more about American Indian culture had the opportunity to visit information booths. Photo by David Hawkins

  • An American tribe, featuring people of all ages, performed a song and dance for the crowd. Photo by David Hawkins.

  • Hand-crafted American Indian jewelry was on full display for guests to look at or purchase during the 32 annual Powwow. Photo by Ruth Saravia.

  • The 32nd annual Powwow celebration lasted from sun up to sundown as guests were treated to many performances from a variety of tribes across the United States and Canada. Photo by Ruth Saravia.

American Indian tribes from all over the United States and Canada gathered at California State University, Northridge’s Chicana/o Studies lawn on Nov. 28 for the 32nd annual Powwow.

Singers, drummers and dancers from numerous tribes treated attendees with a show from sun up to sundown. Guests were also able to enjoy many American Indian food and beautifully crafted jewelry throughout the event.

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