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Native American event at UH West Oahu seeks to share, celebrate Indigenous cultures

COURTESY O‘AHU NATIVE NATIONZ ORGANIZATION
                                Opie Day-Bedeau, left, and Desirae Desnomie of the Midnite Express Singers drum group flew from Nebraska to perform at “Round Dance in Paradise.”
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COURTESY O‘AHU NATIVE NATIONZ ORGANIZATION

Opie Day-Bedeau, left, and Desirae Desnomie of the Midnite Express Singers drum group flew from Nebraska to perform at “Round Dance in Paradise.”

COURTESY O‘AHU NATIVE NATIONZ ORGANIZATION
                                Whitney Rencountre II, who is Hunkpati Dakota from the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe, traveled from South Dakota to serve as the event’s master of ceremonies.
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COURTESY O‘AHU NATIVE NATIONZ ORGANIZATION

Whitney Rencountre II, who is Hunkpati Dakota from the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe, traveled from South Dakota to serve as the event’s master of ceremonies.

COURTESY O‘AHU NATIVE NATIONZ ORGANIZATION
                                Opie Day-Bedeau, left, and Desirae Desnomie of the Midnite Express Singers drum group flew from Nebraska to perform at “Round Dance in Paradise.”
COURTESY O‘AHU NATIVE NATIONZ ORGANIZATION
                                Whitney Rencountre II, who is Hunkpati Dakota from the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe, traveled from South Dakota to serve as the event’s master of ceremonies.