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Lively Hope Farm is ready for the future

By: Mary Leaver Will Pappan, one of the third-generation owners of Lively Hope Farm in Wynona, Oklahoma, works to have a positive impact on the industry as he tends to the farm where he grew up and made childhood memories. “I started this for my kids. I wanted to build

Comanche Nation Housing Authority Testifies at House of Representatives Committee Hearing

Executive Director Russell Sossamon provides direct dialogue to Congress on Native American housing issues LAWTON, Okla. – Comanche Nation Housing Authority’s (CNHA) Executive Director Russell Sossamon testified before Congress to address the housing issues that face Native Americans in Southwest Oklahoma. Sossamon provided direct dialogue to Congressman Tom Cole, drawing

NSU celebrates restored Seminary Hall and new museum with ribbon cutting

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Oklahoma’s oldest institution of higher education had an eagerly anticipated celebration last week as Northeastern State University hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the Cherokee Nation’s recent investment in historic Seminary Hall. The newly restored building features a new museum showcasing the longstanding history between

Native American Basketball Invitational (NABI) Stands On Own For 20th year.

Largest all-Native American Basketball tournament decides to part with NIKE N7 PHOENIX – Native American Basketball Invitational (NABI), revealed its 20th Anniversary Edition NABI Nation brand uniform on April 4 at a Phoenix Suns Originativ game. The 2023 uniforms will be selfproduced by NABI’s own brand, NABI Nation and were

Sovereignty Symposium June 13 and 14 in OKC

The Sovereignty Symposium is a national event held for the past 35 years in Oklahoma to provide a forum in which ideas concerning common legal issues among those in the legal professions, federal and state officials, and the state’s Native American tribes can be exchanged in a scholarly, non-adversarial

Inter-Tribal Council leaders call on Oklahoma Legislature to overturn vetoes

Inter-Tribal Council leaders call on Oklahoma Legislature to overturn vetoes The elected leaders of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee, and Seminole Nations call on the Oklahoma Legislature to overturn vetoes by Governor Stitt of bills protecting religious freedom, education, and public safety in Oklahoma. SB 429 protects the right of

National Native American Human Resources Association Presents Mental Wellness Awareness Summit May 11-12 in Las Vegas

WASHINGTON, D.C. —May 5, 2023 – The National Native American Human Resources Association (NNAHRA) is hosting a Mental Health Awareness Summit on May 11-12 at the Palms Las Vegas. This exclusive and first-ever event will bring together experts and leaders in mental health and wellness to discuss the challenges and
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