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Okie Podcast With NDN Elvis

On this Episode of Okie Podcast I have NDN Elvis Michael Loman join us as we talk about where he’s from, becoming NDN Elvis, Bike talk, dancing, being an artist, NDN Elvis on the rez episode 1 and more. Check him out here on Facebook, and Instagram @ndnelvis I

Native ChocTalk - “This Adopted Choctaw & Her Unfolding Story: Monica Brooks With Samantha Mietchen” - Season 2, Episode 22

Season 2 05 August 2022 Native ChocTalk presents: “This Adopted Choctaw & Her Unfolding Story: Monica Brooks with Samantha Mietchen” What do you think of when I say the word, “tribe”? Perhaps it means something like protection or social involvement or love and support (or all of the above)? Many feel

Cherokee Nation launches innovative Speaker Services Program

Since January $1.2M Expended to help first language speakers, $6M more dedicated STILWELL, Okla.—For nearly a year fluent Cherokee Speaker Rosie Flute was cooking family meals on an electric burner after her stove wore out. Raindrops would frequently drip down the ceiling in her living room. Last week

FireLake Fireflight Balloon Festival earns top award at tourism event

By: Mary Leaver, Citizen Potawatomi Nation Public Information Department The FireLake Fireflight Balloon Festival received the Outstanding Event award during the 2022 RedBud Awards, hosted by the Oklahoma Travel Industry Association. For the past 25 years, the RedBud Awards have recognized Oklahoma’s top tourism attractions, events, programs and organizations

Following two years of COVID interruptions, Tulsa Powwow returns for its 70th year

KOSU | By Allison Herrera Fancy dancers, fry bread and the crowning of a princess marked the return of the Tulsa Powwow.For one of the oldest powwow clubs in the nation, festivities this past weekend were a welcome return. Because of COVID-19, the event has been on hiatus for two

Chief Standing Bear responds to Castro-Huerta SCOTUS case, calls attention to self-governance

A seasoned attorney with tribal and gaming law experience, Standing Bear cited history where tribal self-governance preempted state law in Oklahoma. Written by Benny Polacca Oklahoma voters return to the polls on Aug. 23 to cast votes in runoff primary elections and special elections. General Election Day is Nov. 8

2022 Nanih Waiya Day All Star Games

WARRIOR STADIUM AUGUST 9TH, 2022 Choctaw Indian Fair Of Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians 6:00 PM - Opening Ceremonies 6:15 PM - Youth (6-8) Exhibition Game 7:00 PM - WSS Women's All-Star Game 8:00 PM - WSS Men's All-Star Game Choctaw Indian FairHalito! Greetings from the
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