On Saturday, March 26, the Native American and Indigenous Collective (NAIC) held its seventh powwow at UT. The powwow is a Native American custom where many dancers and singers and food is shared throughout the day to celebrate indigenous resilience and ancestral knowledge. At UT, the powwow was organized to bring together regional indigenous communities and the indigenous and non-indigenous students on campus. On the day of the event, spectators and members of native communities such as Navajo, Nahua and Mapuche were present.
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