By Kristi EatonAt least three American Indian tribes in Oklahoma have sent representatives to the Houston area to help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
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By Kristi EatonHome to 32 indigenous tribes known as Adivasi, India’s Jharkhand State is one of several states where women are often targeted through witch-hunting.
By Kristi EatonThe Native American Body of Art is a first-of-its-kind exhibition to open in Oklahoma City featuring nude art by Native American artists.
By Kristi EatonAlex Tall Chief built The Tall Chief Theater in 1928 and now efforts are underway to restore the iconic theater on the Osage Reservation.
By Kristi EatonDaryl Baldwin, director of the Myaamia Center, says language revitalization needs to move from focusing on dying and extinct to a transition of languages.
By Kristi EatonToday’s lucrative fundraiser of Girl Scout cookies can trace its roots back 100 years to the Mistletoe Troop of Muskogee, Oklahoma.
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.
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.