PANDOS 2nd Annual Defend the Sacred Powwow
Sign up to volunteer with PANDOS during their 2nd Annual Defend the Sacred Powwow in Tooele.

The Defend the Sacred Powwow will bring Native and Non-Native communities together from all over Utah and neighboring states. The Powwow will share Native American Culture through song, dance, and food.

Volunteers are asked to volunteer for 4 hours and tasks can range from helping with security and first-aid to set-up and clean-up to ensuring all performers and Elders have water.

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More information on the Powwow and PANDOS:
Friday September 21
Saturday September 22

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PANDOS is a Utah-based, Native and environmental rights organization that began in September 2016 in response to the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests at Standing Rock. PANDOS welcomes people of all colors and creeds to join together in solidarity to promote healing dialogue and protect our shared home. They seek to educate the public and influence decision-makers to create policy that addresses the impacts of systemic racism and environmental injustice.
PANDOS volunteer needs include:
Thursday, Sept. 20: set up and people with electrician experience to help the lead electrician

Friday, Sept. 21, and Saturday, Sept. 22: dancer registration, point calculator after dance competitions, education helpers, security (during day and evening), relief beverages for dancers and Elders, runners for ice, cups, coffee, etc., first aid, and as-needed help with food vendors. Friday also has the opportunity to help with classroom education events.

Sunday, Sept. 23: break down
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