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Indigenous Evicted, Displaced
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Disney Exploiting Confusion About Whether Depp Has Indian Blood
As The Lone Ranger heads for the big screen this summer, many Native Americans are questioning Disney’s campaign to court their approval...
The Fight for Baby Veronica, Part 5
The United States Supreme Court Dusten Brown couldn't sleep...
Renowned Artist Donald Vann, Two Other Veterans Honored by Cherokees
The Cherokee Nation honored three veterans, including renowned Indian artist Donald Vann and two Iraq War veterans, with the Cherokee Medal of Patriotism at its June Tribal Council...
Diligwa Portrays Authentic Cherokee Experience of 1710
Want to experience what life was like in a Cherokee village in 1710? Visit Diligwa at the Cherokee Heritage Center in Park Hill, Oklahoma...
Cherokee Nation Family Social Worker Earns Special Olympics Honor
After nearly 40 years training Special Olympic athletes in track and field, swimming and even bowling, Bea Dougherty’s hard work was recognized by her peers, earning her the title ...
Afghanistan Veteran and EMS Specialists Honored by Cherokee Nation
The Cherokee Nation ’s Emergency Medical Services department was honored by the tribe with a luncheon and awards May 23 to celebrate National Emergency Medical Services Week ...
Oklahoma Tornado Destroyed 20 Indian Families’ Homes; Tribes Mobilize Relief
As it emerged that the homes of 20 American Indian families had been destroyed in Moore, Oklahoma, earlier this week, tribes across Oklahoma and the nation began gathering resource...
Cherokee Nation, USDA To Study Feasibility of Commercial Meat Processing
The Cherokee Nation and United States Department of Agriculture will create a working group to study whether bringing a large-scale red meat processing to northeastern Oklahoma is ...
Generations of Service: Honoring a Family of Veterans
The Buckner family knows what service and honor is all about...
BIA's Charles Addington Finalist for Public Service Medal
On May 14, Kevin K...
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