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  • 29th UNC Indian Circle Powwow

    VIDEO: A loud and colorful moving celebration of Native American heritage came to UNC's Fetzer Gym Saturday, March 5, 2016 for the 29th annual Carolina Indian Circle Powwow. Over a thousand were expected for a full six hours of dancing, singing, drumming and native attire to reconnect with kin and heritage.

VIDEO: A loud and colorful moving celebration of Native American heritage came to UNC's Fetzer Gym Saturday, March 5, 2016 for the 29th annual Carolina Indian Circle Powwow. Over a thousand were expected for a full six hours of dancing, singing, drumming and native attire to reconnect with kin and heritage. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
VIDEO: A loud and colorful moving celebration of Native American heritage came to UNC's Fetzer Gym Saturday, March 5, 2016 for the 29th annual Carolina Indian Circle Powwow. Over a thousand were expected for a full six hours of dancing, singing, drumming and native attire to reconnect with kin and heritage. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

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