Adrenaline and pure joy were feeding my soul’: Nine photos from powwow at U of T – News@UofT

by ahnationtalk on March 13, 2018233 Views

Hundreds turn out for powwow organized by Indigenous Studies Students’ Union

Hundreds of people in a rainbow of colours filled the Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport at the University of Toronto on Sunday for the Indigenous Studies Students’ Union’s powwow.

The celebration was the second in a row at the university, following the ISSU’s massive powwow – the first at U of T in decades – at the Athletic Centre last year.

“Powwow is about family – whether that’s the powwow family or the University of Toronto family,” MC Bob Goulais, from Nipissing First Nation, told U of T News.

With the silky smooth voice of a radio deejay, Goulais narrated the proceedings from a table at the centre of the gym, beginning with the grand entry. Students organized the powwow, as they did last year, around the theme, “Honouring our students.”

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