Enjoy Cherokee Day at Eastern Trails Museum on Sept. 30

Published September 21, 2017 VINITA, OKLAHOMA – Enjoy a day of traditional Cherokee art, music and more at the Eastern Trails Museum on Saturday, Sept. 30. Cherokee Day begins at 10 a.m. with opening remarks by Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. and Deputy Speaker Victoria Vasquez. The family-friendly event runs until 2 […]

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LaDonna Harris Receives Woody Guthrie Center’s 2017 Changing World Award

Published September 21, 2017 TULSA – A world-renowned activist for Native American rights, LaDonna Harris will accept the third annual Oklahoma Changing World Prize on Sunday, Sept. 24, at the Woody Guthrie Center in downtown Tulsa. The Oklahoma Changing World Prize is given annually by the Woody Guthrie Center, presented in 2017 by the Chickasaw Nation. […]

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Experience Premier Native American Art at the Cherokee Art Market

12th annual event returns to Tulsa Oct. 14-15 TULSA – The 12th annual Cherokee Art Market, featuring more than 150 elite Native American artists from across the nation, returns to Tulsa Oct. 14-15 at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa. The Cherokee Art Market is one of the largest Native American art shows in the state and one […]

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Two Montana Areas Make National List of Wild Areas at High Risk of Resource Development

New report shines spotlight on important wild lands that must be protected Published September 20, 2017 BOZEMAN, MONTANA — A new report released today by The Wilderness Society raises the alarm about both the Badger-Two Medicine and Paradise Valley, as well as other wild lands across the U.S. threatened by extractive industries eager to exploit […]

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Navajo Mountain Fire Burns 100 Acres

Breaking News  Published September 19, 2017 NAVAJO MOUNTAIN – Navajo Interagency Hotshot crews are attending to a wildfire that is burning on the southwestern side of Navajo Mountain at the bottom of Horse Canyon. The fire is reported to be lightning-caused and has burned 100 acres. The incident is inaccessible for vehicles. Ground resources must hike […]

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Backed by Civil Rights “Genius” Dr. Cornel West, Tribes Defy Storm, Bureaucracy & Deliver Name Change Declaration to Yellowstone

Published September 19, 2017 YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK – “I stand in strong solidarity with you and my indigenous brothers and sisters in your demands to change the names in Yellowstone from war criminals to humane and freedom-loving people!” Dr. Cornel West informed Chief Stan Grier, a message sent for tribal leaders on the eve of their […]

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