Apr 2, 2009

Native Americans also hit by economic downturn

Hozhoni Days is among the first pow wows of the season, and it's one of the largest student-run Pow Wows in the US with an average attendance of over 3,000 people.

Pow wows are a Native American tradition from the plains of the Midwest, and are now greatly accepted by many tribes.

But hard economic times have taken a bite out of the pow wow circuit.

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