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We Need to Stand Up for Native American Artists and Musicians That Depend on Opportunities Offered by Indian Summer Festival.

In 1999 as an UWM Native American Art & Music Student I remember how Indian Summer supported my education as a Native American Artist when I was awarded a Native American Art scholarship and Indian Summer honored me with an honor song and I danced in front of entire crowd of people at the pow wow. That was my very first honor song and I am grateful that Indian Summer blessed me to continue my education as a Native American Artist & Musician  at UWM which lead to my career as a Native American Artist and Musician. I will never forgot that sacred moment Indian Summer gave me!

Indian Summer Festival is important for Native American artistic and musical careers that were made possible because of opportunities that Indian Summer Festival offers for over three decades. Being the World’s Largest International Native American Festival featuring Native American Artists and Musicians matters to me and so many other people on the local, state, national, and global levels.  We need to stand up for Native American Artists and Musicians! In support of Native American artists and musicians we need to protect the opportunities that Indian Summer Festival can offer to the world. Please sign and share! Petition to Keep Indian Summer Festival At SummerFest

Mohican Musician Wenona Gardner Performing the Native American Flute at Alverno College
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