Third annual Native American Festival held at Fordham U.

Native American History Month committee (l-r) Mia Beverly, Carsyn Fisher, Perry Flores and Viviana Vera.
Photo by Jewel Webber

Fordham University held their third annual Native American Festival on Saturday, November 9 in Rose Hill Campus’ McGinley Ball Room.

Native American drums.
Photo by Jewel Webber

The event, which was sponsored by Fordham University’s office of multicultural affairs and the campus activities board, included food, games, vendors, raffles, and special performances by Silver Cloud Singer, Thunderbird American Indian Dancers. Bobby Gonzalez was the emcee of the event.

(l-r) Grey Wolf, Cherokee, Lonnie Harrington, Seminole Native, Vivien Guaranaru Dumont Reyes, Tiano, Leala Silent Spring, Montaukett, and Tall Eagle, Cherokee.
Photo by Jewel Webber

Emelia, champion of the event’s ‘Feather Dance’.
Photo by Jewel Webber

Mom Christie Garcia, Jacob and Lucas Blanco show their muscles after the ‘Feather Dance’.
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Thunderbird American Indian Dancers (l-r) Marie Ponce, Lucayo and Tiano, Allan Starr, Lenape tribe, Ciaran, Mayan tribe, Julian Gabourel, Mayan tribe, and Louis Mofsie, Winabego tribe.
Photo by Jewel Webber

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