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Prolific Sculptor Honored at 2014 Red Earth Festival
Enoch Kelly Haney, Seminole/Creek, told The Oklahoman that he could not imagine what it would feel like for an owl to burst through a person’s body. But he’s depicted it...
Getting Ready for the Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma City
More than 30,000 people are expected to converge on Oklahoma City starting on Friday, June 8, for the 26 th Annual Red Earth Native American Cultural festival...
2011 Retrospective: June
The Truth Lies Buried At Fort Laramie A visitor at Fort Laramie could take the complete historic tour and get little knowledge about the grim consequences of the wars the U.S...
Women’s Fancy Shawl Competition at 2011 Red Earth Festival
This year’s Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma City had plenty of incredible moments. The Women's Fancy Shawl competition was one of them...
Women’s Jingle Dress at the 2011 Red Earth Festival
Women's Jingle Dress competition is always a fan favorite at any powwow, but it's especially special at the Red Earth Festival where some of the best jingle dancers in the country ...
Teen Junior Boys Dancing at the Red Earth Festival
While the dance competitions were fierce for the adult groupings, the teen junior boys and girls drew as much awe (and applause) as their older counterparts...
Tiny Tots Show Their Incredible Technique at the Red Earth Festival
The future champions of the Red Earth Festiva l get down to business. Check back with us for more incredible footage from the Oklahoma City's Red Earth Festival.
Red Earth Festival Draws Eyes From Around the World
The Red Earth Festival went worldwide yet again as cameras and mics from around the globe turned to the celebration of Native American culture this past June 3-5 in Oklahoma City, ...
Red Earth Festival Honored One Ruthe Blalock Jones
Award-winning artist Ruthe Blalock Jones (Chu-Lun-Dit) (Delaware, Shawnee, Peoria), from Muskogee, OK was named the 2011 Red Earth Honored One...
Can’t Be At Today’s Red Earth Festival?
Then at least you can have a look (and listen) to last year's Grand Entry as we await the sounds and sights to come pouring in from the 25th Red Earth Festiva l in Oklahoma City (t...
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