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Mvskoke protesters deliver eviction notice to stop “Cop City” on Georgia homelands

Ceremonial leaders seek to preserve the Weelaunee Forest from development by Braden Harper ATLANTA, Georgia – The Weelaunee Forest is one of the original homelands of the Mvskoke people. After the Indian Removal Act of 1830 forced the Mvskoke people to vacate their home, the forest was used for many different

Grant to fund creation of teacher centers at NSU, help expand workforce

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — A federal grant will allow Northeastern State University to increase the number of comprehensively prepared teachers from diverse backgrounds. NSU was awarded a four-year grant totaling a little more than $1.5 million through the Augustus F. Hawkins Centers of Excellence Program. NSU College of Education Dean Dr.

Solarize Green Country to Introduce Community Bulk-Purchase Solar Energy Campaign With Major Public Launch Event on April 11

New Local Coalition Selects Installer Partner Via Competitive Bidding; Free Signups for Group-Buying Discounts Under Way TULSA — A newly formed coalition of local organizations is set to publicly launch Solarize Green Country, a unique community-based campaign that makes solar energy and battery storage more affordable for homeowners, businesses and nonprofits

2023 Sovereignty Day Celebration dance scheduled March 11 in Pawhuska

For the first time, dance organizers have added an Osage-only category for Men's Straight and Women's Cloth contests Written by Benny Polacca In paying homage to the 2006 reformed government, the Osage Nation is hosting its 2023 Sovereignty Day Celebration with a dance on Saturday, March 11, at the Osage

After delay, Native CDFIs get increase in financial assistance funding from Treasury

BY BRIAN EDWARDS WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of the Treasury has upped the amount of financial assistance it is providing to Native Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) in its latest — and later than usual — round of funding. The Treasury’s CDFI Fund last week announced $17.1 million in

Casinos and consulting? Pandemic spurs tribes to diversify

By: Associated Press MASHANTUCKET, Conn. (AP) – When the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut for three months in 2020, its owners, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, had to reckon with decades of relying heavily on gambling as the tribe’s main source of revenue. “The fact that the

Free OKC Event - Be Well Expo - April 15th

The Wellness Council of Oklahoma, is pleased to bring the BE WELL EXPO to Oklahoma City on Saturday, April 15 th , 2023. This free event is held at the India Shrine Ballroom, 3601 NW 36 th St, OKC. Doors are open from 10:00am to 4:30pm. Attendees can talk
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