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Earlier, on Friday, the university presented the 11th annual Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Student Conference, and on Sunday the 4th annual Race on Campus event is set for 7 a.m.Arnold, 13, of Ramona, CA, holds still as his mother Emerald fastens his headdress, as the University of Redlands Native Student Programs hosts a powwow at the University of Redlands on Saturday, March 30, 2019.(Photo by Frank Perez, Contributing Photographer)

Aislynn Arnold, 10, of Ramona CA, before the grand entrance, as the University of Redlands Native Student Programs hosts a powwow at the University of Redlands on Saturday, March 30, 2019.At the Johnston Center on campus, 1200 E.(Photo by Frank Perez, Contributing Photographer)

University of Redlands Native Student Programs hosts a powwow at the University of Redlands on Saturday, March 30, 2019.

Native American students and community members joined a powwow Saturday, March 30, at University of Redlands, one of three events planned that celebrated diversity in terms of race, gender, and culture.[ Year Zebpay Review 2018 In]

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Dancers await the grand entrance, as the University of Redlands Native Student Programs hosts a powwow at the University of Redlands on Saturday, March 30, 2019.(Photo by Frank Perez, Contributing Photographer)

J.L.Colton Ave., Redlands.The Grand Entry was led by the Eagle Staff and followed by flags and dancers.

    Karen Harrison touches up her granddaughter Summer’s braids before the start of the grand entance, as the University of Redlands Native Student Programs hosts a powwow at the University of Redlands on Saturday, March 30, 2019.(Photo by Frank Perez, Contributing Photographer)

    Carlos Miranda, 14, of La Puente, during a Gourd dance, as the University of Redlands Native Student Programs hosts a powwow at the University of Redlands on Saturday, March 30, 2019.(Photo by Frank Perez, Contributing Photographer)

    University of Redlands Native Student Programs hosts a powwow at the University of Redlands on Saturday, March 30, 2019.(Photo by Frank Perez, Contributing Photographer)

    University of Redlands Native Student Programs hosts a powwow at the University of Redlands on Saturday, March 30, 2019.(Photo by Frank Perez, Contributing Photographer)

    University of Redlands Native Student Programs hosts a powwow at the University of Redlands on Saturday, March 30, 2019.(Photo by Frank Perez, Contributing Photographer)

    University of Redlands Native Student Programs hosts a powwow at the University of Redlands on Saturday, March 30, 2019.(Photo by Frank Perez, Contributing Photographer)

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The powwow featured native foods, arts, crafts and drum and dance demonstrations from tribal nations such as San Manuel, Pechanga, Morongo, Cahuilla, Serrano and others.(Photo by Frank Perez, Contributing Photographer)

University of Redlands Native Student Programs hosts a powwow at the University of Redlands on Saturday, March 30, 2019.(Photo by Frank Perez, Contributing Photographer)

University of Redlands Native Student Programs hosts a powwow at the University of Redlands on Saturday, March 30, 2019.(Photo by Frank Perez, Contributing Photographer)

University of Redlands Native Student Programs hosts a powwow at the University of Redlands on Saturday, March 30, 2019.[News Summary 8211 10 December 2018 Bitcoin]

Karen Harrison touches up her granddaughter Summer’s braids before the start of the grand entance, as the University of Redlands Native Student Programs hosts a powwow at the University of Redlands on Saturday, March 30, 2019.(Photo by Frank Perez, Contributing Photographer)

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J.L.The conference is free but registration is required: www.raceoncampus.org/2019-registration.html.
Source: https://www.pe.com/2019/03/30/university-of-redlands-celebrates-diversity-inclusiveness-with-native-american-powwow/

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