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The Film Celebrating the Life of Wilma Mankiller, the First Woman to be Elected Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation.
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At U.S.-Mexico border, a tribal nation fights wall that would divide them
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How The 116th Congress Can Teach Female CEOs To Reject The Likability Myth via
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Join us for a free screening of and Q & A with director and producer following the screening, examining the legacy of Wilma Mankiller’s formidable life as the Cherokee Nation’s first female Principal Chief.
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This Native American Nation Maintained Canals In The Face Of Flooding For Over 1000 Years
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When you have the , Wilma always has the perfect !
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A perfect read from ! Wilma is certainly proud today…!
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Welcome to the ! Congrats to all these ladies for being history makers!
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We love this quote from Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan! That's why she's our !
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A shout out to - 41 of the women candidates they supported were elected, including historic firsts like the first American and Muslim women elected to congress!
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Mankiller Doc Dec 12
There's so much to learn from remedies! Try next time you need to treat a cold or flu this !
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When there’s one day left until the weekend, we could all use this quote!
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Mankiller Doc Dec 5
Cayenne pepper has been a big part of American medicine. A good thing to keep in mind with cold season upon us!
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