Native Americans' Gathering in D.C. Wraps Up This weekend, Native Americans from around the country have gathered in Washington, D.C., for a powwow, and this year's theme is "Honoring Warriors Past and Present."
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Native Americans' Gathering in D.C. Wraps Up

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Native Americans' Gathering in D.C. Wraps Up

Native Americans' Gathering in D.C. Wraps Up

Native Americans' Gathering in D.C. Wraps Up

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This weekend, Native Americans from around the country have gathered in Washington for a powwow, and this year's theme is "Honoring Warriors Past and Present."

We hear from one of the Kiowa Mothers of Oklahoma, a group of Native American women whose family members served in the U.S. military, and from Harlan McKosoto, host of the public radio program Native America Calling.