Overseas Visitors To Attend Bermuda Pow Wow

June 4, 2015

Forty visitors from overseas are expected to attend when the St. David’s Islanders and Native Community host the Bermuda Pow Wow 2015 on June 13th and 14th at the St. David’s Cricket Club Grounds in St. David’s.  Admission will be $8 for adults, and $4 for children.

Video from the 2013 Pow Wow in St David’s

The event flyer says, “Come join us for Grand Entry [2.00pm on 13th and 3.00pm on 14th], Libation and Dedication Ceremony, traditional St. David’s Island food, local and overseas Native American dancers, songs and drums, Bermuda Gombey dancers, craft and artwork stalls, and other Vendors.”

PowWow flyer 2015

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  1. WhistleBlower says:

    I’ll be there!

  2. Indigenous Americans says:

    À move in the right direction per Bermuda’s indigenous population. Many descendants of the Pequots are here as well as other indigenous populations from the mainland Americas(America), note: BDA is within the Americas(America).

    It’s time to cease with the erroneous “black” status classification and come to the 21st century with our indigenous aboriginal corrected status. Inquisition operations(Spanish) are still active across the world but slowly but surely a critical mass is forming to change this awful and pernicious paradigm.

    • Zevon says:

      I think this event is great. Howevet Indigenous means “belonging to the original inhabitants” of a place. Singling out who is amd who is not indigenous is not very productive, but if someone wants to do it, that’s what it means.

    • mj says:

      what about true records of our nationality before the trans -atlantic slave trade, “indian” is a bye word that we were called along with, “afro,black, coloured,african ect, we need our true records, of Judah and Ephraim!..Until Shiloh…

  3. Frank says:

    I think it’s great that people want to celebrate their history even if it is just one branch of their blood line
    We cannot do anything about the past but must look forward to a create a loving Bermermuda with tolerance for all.
    A blind man never sees any color only actions of others and for that reason has the vision of site to a person soul

  4. Indigenous Americans says:

    Indigenous aboriginal is my and many others status here in Bermuda even though many don’t know. Another term is Moorish or a Moor, which means the same any indigenous Melanoid. The oldest by

    • Indigenous Americans says:

      bones in the Americas bear resemblance to modern Africans, East Asians and Australians. Go figure. The first Americans were not Mongoloid but look like what is considered albeit erroneously a black person.