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Q&A with Kansas City Chiefs center Creed Humphrey
by Paige Willett Creed Humphrey is a Citizen Potawatomi Nation tribal member and center for the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs. At only 23 years old, the Peltier family descendant played his second season of professional football in 2022-23, ending with his first Super Bowl appearance on Feb. 12, 2023.
Chickasaw Cultural Center’s film festival set March 11
SULPHUR, Okla. – “Montford: The Chickasaw Rancher” will be in the spotlight Saturday, March 11, as the Chickasaw Cultural Center’s Holba’ Pisachi’ Native Film Festival returns. Cast members Martin Sensmeier (Tlingit, Koyukon-Athabascan), Tatanka Means (Oglala Lakota, Omaha, Navajo) and James Landry Hébert will headline the event. Sensmeier stars as Montford
Cherokee Nation helping bring Native stories to the big screen
Tribe’s film office celebrates world premiere of “Fancy Dance” TULSA, OK — The Cherokee Nation and its film office are proudly celebrating the world premiere of “Fancy Dance,” the first recipient of the tribe’s film incentive. The film recently debuted at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival in Park City,
Oklahoma's Top Best Seller!
Kill the Indian, Save the Man. That is the goal of the Dawes Commission, a federal agency. The Commission is charged with destroying the Muscogee-Creek Nation by allotting communally owned tribal lands to individual members. Forced assimilation is the zeitgeist of 1920s Oklahoma. SAM DAVIS is a handsome, roguish, half-breed.
Storytelling in Film
Written by J.K. Henderson Mark Williams is a name you might know if you travel in certain circles. If his name or his work in film is not familiar to you, you should get to know him. Mark Williams was born in northeastern Oklahoma in Claremore, and his family
10th annual All-Indian Livestock Show set for Jan. 27 – 29
The event is open to all tribally enrolled students within the Mvskoke Reservation by Kaylea Berry OKMULGEE, Oklahoma – Muscogee (Creek) Nation’s Youth Agriculture program’s 10th annual All-Indian Livestock Show is Jan. 27 – 29 at the Okfuskee County Fairgrounds in Okemah. The event is open to Native high school
Mohawk Filmmaker Tracey Deer selected to direct THORPE, the upcoming feature film chronicling the life of Jim Thorpe, the World’s Greatest Athlete
(LOS ANGELES) – Pictureworks Entertainment has announced Mohawk filmmaker Tracey Deer will direct the highly anticipated biopic chronicling the life of Jim Thorpe, widely accepted as “The World’s Greatest Athlete.” THORPE, the working title of the film, follows the compelling journey of Jim’s life from boyhood on an Oklahoma