To increase the recruitment, retention, leadership and success of native peoples at KU

Vendors

 

Arts and Crafts
 

Shelby Harrod (Muscogee Creek Nation)

Jewelry- earrings, necklaces, brace laces, hair clips

 

Ryan Vallo (Acoma Pueblo)

Handmade sterling silver jewley made of wire and different types of stone.

 

Brave Art (Osage/Cherokee)

Reproductions & originals of my art; including mugs, prints, computer bags, coasters, and other with images of my art.

 

Patricia Baxter (Hopi)

Beadwork and some sterling earrings. Beaded turtles, earrings, keyrings, ID reel badges, pop sockets, & rings

 

Native Whisper Arts (Incas Nation)

Thread & leather bracelets, wool ponchos, thread shawls, leather bags, native hoods for children, clay whistles, bamboo & wood flutes, leather drums and maracas, bows & wodem arrows for children, all handmade and suitable for all public

 

Mordella McKinney (Hochunk/Lakota)

Beadwork, beads, embellishments, checkers, native bears, horses, & dolls

 

Brenda Eubanks (Chocktaw/Ringold/Okla)

Hand beaded southwest jewelry--handmade dream catchers. Artist signed wild animal fleece

 

Food

 

Leona Azure Whiteman (Meskawaki/Turtle Mountain Chippewa)

Indian tacos, meatpies, indian dogs, walking tacos, lemonade

 

Herrod Foods (Muscogee Creek)

Indian tacos, cotton candy, chips, drinks, hot dogs, and pickles

 

Kettle Korn Connection (Prairie Band Potawatomi)

Kettle korn, cotton candy, funnel cake, and water

 

Peach's (Navajo)

Navajo taco, Mutton Sandwich, Pork Steak Sandwich, Navajo Burger Rez dog Sandwich, Carnita Sandwich, Corn stew, Frybread, Tamales, blue corn mush, Sweet tea, iced tea, lemonade

 

Kona Ice of Lawrence and Topeka

Kona Hawaiian Shaved Ice

 

Information Tables

 

KU Indigenous Studies Program

 

Kansas Serves Native American Families (KSNAF)


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