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Muscogee Nation Principal Chief will lead for four more years Principal Chief David Hill and Second Chief Del Beaver received more than 50% of the vote in this month's primary. A second term will mean both will secure their legacy as leaders who implemented policy in the wake of the

Composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate Announces 2023/2024 Season

New York, NY – With works described as “rich, provocative and moving” (The New York Times), Emmy-winning composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate has earned a unique place in classical music as a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation who channels American Indian history and culture through the classical medium. Across three albums, performances

Positive Space Tulsa to Exhibit Work by BIPOC Womxn and Two-Spirit Artists Presented by Four Mothers Collective

Positive Space Tulsa is honored to welcome a group exhibition, entitled Survived By, presented by Four Mothers Collective and curated by Carly Treece and Jessie Haase. Survived By features work by fourteen BIPOC Womxn and Two-Spirit Artists telling stories of survival through their own personal interpretations and diverse artistic mediums.

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Oklahoma’s new Native affairs liaison says he’ll repair relations. Critics doubt it by Molly Young, The Oklahoman When lawmakers disbanded Oklahoma’s longtime Indian Affairs Commission in 2011, they said they wanted to create something better. They envisioned a liaison who would advise the governor, consult with tribes

OsiyoTV wins a top honor at Public Media Awards

Cherokee Nation’s popular docuseries recognized as Best Independent Production TULSA, Okla. — The National Educational Telecommunications Association recently honored Cherokee Nation’s popular docuseries, “Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People,” during the 55thAnnual Public Media Awards. The tribe’s cultural series, which is often referred to as OsiyoTV, earned a


Tulsa's Iconic Theater Will Be the Place to see Martin Scorsese’s Made-in-OK Masterpiece Tulsa OK- “Killers of the Flower Moon,” the most anticipated film of the year, officially arrives at Circle Cinema on Friday October 20. Showtimes and details about special premiere screenings and opportunities to see it first

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Historic Fort Washita placed in trust An August signing ceremony between a Bureau of Indian Affairs representative and Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby formalized Fort Washita being placed in trust with the U.S. government. The Chickasaw Nation owned site, located in Bryan County, Oklahoma, is also listed on the
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