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Native Oklahoma
Monthly Magazine and website devoted to the peoples of - featuring our cultures, art, people, places, food and events. nativeoklahoma.us
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Tribal Town Radio Nov 8
Muscogee (Creek) Nation votes to repeal Free Press Act, citing need for 'more positive' coverage
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Sequoyah High School Nov 7
Congratulations to Coach Sam HorseChief for being named OCA Region 3 Cross Country Coach of the Year!
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Osage News Nov 9
The Grand Opening for the Osage Nation Visitors Center has been changed to November 16, 2018 at 10 a.m.
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Irving the Buffalo Nov 9
Wondering why the buffalo has a flat nose? Watch this video we put together back in 2014 to find out! The beautiful illustrations are by Cynthia Clay.
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Native Oklahoma Oct 17
Yes, it's Cherokee and the English phonics. I need to ask my daughter, who went to the Immersion School for certain, but the third word is "I love you" and I *think* the first word is "Dad" and the last word is a name. The second word, I do not have a guess. Sorry!
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CherokeeNation Oct 16
opened a new exhibit at the in . “A Story of Cherokee Removal” shares the story of removal on the infamous Trail of Tears from the Cherokee perspective. It's on display only through December. Details:
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OKC Indian Clinic Oct 16
Parents play a key role in preventing & responding to bullying. If you know or suspect that your child is involved in bullying, there are several resources that may help. For more info on how to help, please visit the below link.
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Native Oklahoma May 24
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ChickasawCulturalCtr May 23
Celebrate the loksi' today!
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Fred Jones Jr. Museum Art May 21
Join us June 7 at 7 p.m. for a public opening lecture and reception to accompany Visual Voices: Contemporary Chickasaw Art!
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Wichita Tribe May 22
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Citizen Potawatomi May 2
RSVP DEADLINE EXTENDED! Limited spots now available for a fanmaking workshop, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. May 12 at CPN's Cultural Heritage Center. Open to ages 14-24. Cost is $5. Please RSVP by 4:30 p.m. May 7 to kristen.wilson@potawatomi.org. See flyer for more details!
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ChoctawNationOK May 3
The May Iti Fabvssa column titled Choctaw Stories: The Possum and the Wolf is now available to view online. υssa.pdf
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Osage Nation May 3
Learn the knowledge that Osage ancestors used to feed their family. Follow link for registration form.
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TCNN Feb 23
The Indigenous People's Day Meeting will be Noon, Feb. 24th, at 3031 NE Stratford Circle, Lawton. It will be a potluck lunch.
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Jon D. May Feb 23
. . . Famed Comanche leader Quanah Parker died on this day in 1911.
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Native Oklahoma Feb 13
See Northeastern State University on Feb. 28 - read the details in the February issue of Native Oklahoma.
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Native Oklahoma Feb 13
Read about Noel Grayson in Native Oklahoma:
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OKC Indian Clinic Feb 13
Today, is handing out FREE BABY SUPPLIES. is at 's 5208 W Reno location parking lot from noon-4pm. They provides patients and non-patients one week supply of diapers, formula or food, and wipes.
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TravelOK.com Dec 27
Mark your calendar for upcoming January watches in to see these beautiful birds in their natural habitat
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