TU College of Law To Host Indian Law Pow Wow
Wednesday, November 03, 1999
Published on 11/3/99
On Saturday, November 13, representatives from Native American tribes across the state will gather at The University of Tulsa for an Indian Law Pow Wow. Sponsored by TU’s National Energy-Environment Law and Policy Institute and TU’s Native American Law Program, the Pow Wow will be held in the Allen Chapman Activity Center, Fifth Place and Gary Avenue. The program is free and open to the public. The program will begin at 1 p.m. with a Gourd Dance, followed by a Supper Dance at 5 p.m. The Gourd Dance will resume at 6 p.m. and the program will conclude with an Inter Tribal session from 7 p.m. to midnight.
The Pow Wow is in honor of the Distinguished Indigenous Rights Scholar and Practitioner Professor James Anaya, Special Council Indian Law Center, who will be visiting the TU College of Law as part of their "Scholar in Residence" program. Raymond Butler, Otoe, will be the master of ceremonies for the program. Jimmy Kemble, Jr., Ponca-Osage, will be the head singer. The head man dancer will be Neal Lawhead, Ottowa, and Joneda Sage, Commanche, will be the head lady dancer. Kenny Woods, Sac & Fox-Iowa, will be the head gourd dancer and Chief Deer, Sac & Fox-Iowa, will be the arena director.
All drums, Princesses and Gourd Clans are invited, as well as all Indian College students and "Briefcase Warriors."
For more information, please call Sue Lorenz at (918) 631-2134.