Community pride echoes 30-plus years later

Simona Rosenfield The Eastern Door Kahnawa’kehró:non and guests celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Echoes of a Proud Nation Pow Wow last weekend, after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. The powwow grounds filled with singers, dancers, artists and cooks who gave their gifts to thousands in attendance including Ian

Powwow booth broadens vendor participation

Courtesy Robin Tekaiakenhtha Marquis When Daisy Lahache was growing up, it was her dream to sell her crafts at the Echoes of a Proud Nation Powwow. “I think for Indigenous Peoples, there’s such a sense of pride in being able to set up at powwow and sell your things, your handmade

Kahnawake powwow returns

File photo The Echoes of a Proud Nation Pow Wow will take place this summer for the first time since 2019, organizers have announced. The return of the powwow, which will run July 9-10 on Tekakwitha Island, is the latest sign of a return to normalcy for Kahnawake after two years