History of Indigenous Peoples’ Day in Seattle

In 2014 the Seattle City Council voted unanimously to change the second Monday in October to Indigenous Peoples’ Day.  As Councilmember Kshama Sawant told the Seattle Times, “Learning about the history of Columbus and transforming this day into a celebration of Indigenous people and a celebration of social justice …

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Gourd Dance June 17th

The Gourd Dance originates from the Kiowa Nation of the Southern Plains, or what is now called Oklahoma. The songs and dance were given to the Kiowa people by The Red Wolf, to honor their Warriors when returning from battle. To this day the singers and dancers continue to honor

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Thank YOU! – Gala Celebration

The United Indians of All Tribes Foundation thanks the Muckleshoot, Snoqualmie and Catholic Community Services for their generous donations to our gala this past weekend. We also want to gracefully acknowledge all parties that registered tables and seats, raised their paddles, or bid on our auctioned items. It was a

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Seeking Pow Wow Volunteers!

29th Annual Seafair Indian Days Pow‐Wow July 15- 17, 2016   Volunteer Sign up Thank you for your interest in volunteering!! All volunteers receive free admission. Please fill out a  Volunteer Application 2016  and bring it by the office or email it to us. United Indians is looking for volunteers for:

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