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Sack lunch seminar on women's roles in powwows set for March 31

March 2, 2010

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MSU's Women's Center will a host a sack lunch seminar on "Women's Role in Powwows" Wednesday, March 31, from noon - 1 p.m. in SUB 168.

The panel discussion, presented by Lark Real Bird Paz from the Crow Tribe, Maria Russell from the Northern Cheyenne Tribe and Wasewi Shawl from the Blackfeet Tribe, will include a brief history of powwows, women's unique roles within the powwow circle, dancing and singing protocol and traditional and contemporary garments, designs and beading styles.

For more information, contact Betsy Danforth at 994-3836.