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Native American Resource News
September 24, 2020

Native Americans face a lot of unambiguous challenges such as cultural ignorance, financial struggles, cultural difference, lack of peer mentors, inadequate housing, poor college preparation, etc. Things that are common for regular students are unknown for trib...

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Churches keep Cherokee language alive in sermons, song

Churches keep Cherokee language alive in sermons, song

Cherokee Nation News
September 9, 2020

In his early days of preaching, the Rev. Rufus King could give “a good half and half” of his service in Cherokee and English.“Now, I can get by just English speaking,” the 79-year-old pastor of Round Springs Baptist Church in Eucha said....

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Cherokee Nation launches Cherokee National Holiday website

Cherokee Nation launches Cherokee National Holiday website

Cherokee Nation News
August 17, 2020

The Cherokee Nation on Aug. 12 kicked off the 68th Cherokee National Holiday with the launch of a redesigned Cherokee National Holiday website where the public can register to watch events online and compete for prizes. The online portal of content for the...

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CNF helps Native students prepare for college admissions

CNF helps Native students prepare for college admissions

Cherokee Nation News
August 17, 2020

Cherokee Nation Foundation is partnering with Duke University to offer a free college admissions workshop on Aug. 15.The course is offered to Native American students in grades 11-12, as well as any interested parents, with preference given to Cherokee Nation s...

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Healing through humor with Tatanka Means

Healing through humor with Tatanka Means

Native American News
August 17, 2020

Actor and comedian Tatanka Means reflects on healing with laughter in a Native way amidst the COVID-19 pandemic Tatanka Means is arguably one of the best-known Native actors and comedians in Indian Country, who in early 2020, had a jam-packed schedule filled wi...

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First OSUCOM-Cherokee Nation class receives white coats

First OSUCOM-Cherokee Nation class receives white coats

Cherokee Nation News
August 4, 2020

During a socially distanced ceremony on July 31, the new Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine at Cherokee Nation welcomed the 54 students of its first class with the presentation of their white coats.Safety precautions to defend against COV...

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