By Kristi EatonThe Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s Eagle Aviary houses eagles unable to be rehabilitated and is as an option aside from the national repository for feathers.
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By Kristi EatonOklahoma City Public Schools is hosting its first professional development for teachers focusing on Native Americans and Native history.
By Kristi EatonThe Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs is offering veterans a chance to participate in a variety of art instruction classes through a new pilot project.
By Kristi EatonThe Respecting the Circle of Life program will teach comprehensive sex education to Native youth and adults on one Southwest Native American Tribe.
By Kristi EatonA District Court has ordered a natural gas pipeline operator to cease operations and remove the pipeline located on original Kiowa Indian lands Anadarko.
By Kristi EatonChoctaw singer Samantha Crain says it can be hard for indigenous artists to feel they are “Native enough” to announce and perform as indigenous artists. It’s an issue that Crain, who is based in Norman, Oklahoma and who appears in a short documentary making the rounds at various film says...
By Kristi EatonThe Northern Cheyenne Breakout Monument honors the tribal members who tried to break out from imprisonment.
By Kristi EatonRobert Weaver has seen the difference access to healthcare has had on his fellow tribal members within the Quapaw Nation.About six years ago, he convinced the Quapaw Tribal Council to start a tribal member health plan for the entire nation, basically universal healthcare for the tribe that includes vision,...
By Kristi EatonFour Native American artists have created two large-scale murals in the Bricktown district of Oklahoma City.
By Kristi EatonOklahoma’s largest earthquake to date on Saturday has shut down operations and damaged areas of Osage and Pawnee Nations.