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Lunch and Learn: Powwow: The Spark of Haliwa-Saponi Cultural Revitalization

Dr. Marty Richardson (Haliwa-Saponi) presents the lecture Powwow: The Spark of Haliwa-Saponi Cultural Revitalization March 15 from noon – 1 p.m. at USC Lancaster’s Native American Studies Center. A founding member of the drum group Stoney Creek, Richardson will discuss a brief history of powwows and more about Stoney Creek, which celebrated 25 years together in November. He also will discuss the role of the tribe’s language (Tutelo-Saponi) in song and powwow singing’s role in language revitalization. Held in conjunction with USC Lancaster’s 14th annual Native American Studies Week.