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Oglala, Cherokee Women chosen for Elite Fellowship

Oglala, Cherokee Women chosen for Elite Fellowship

Native American News
October 5, 2020

TULSA, Okla. --- Traci Sorell, author and citizen of the Cherokee Nation, and Oglala Lakota performance artist Suzanne Kite join the prestigious ranks of practitioners in the 2021 Tulsa Artist Fellowship.  More than 1,200 artists from diverse discipli...

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CN citizen lands dream job at SpaceX

CN citizen lands dream job at SpaceX

Cherokee Nation News
September 30, 2020

BROWNSVILLE, Texas – Alex Galindo’s career is taking off now that he’s landed his dream job at SpaceX.Galindo, 25, began working for the private spaceflight company as a wiring specialist in September after graduating from Spartan College of A...

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Tribes see ballot collection as a lifeline in Indian Country

Tribes see ballot collection as a lifeline in Indian Country

Native American News
September 30, 2020

NIXON, Nev. (AP) – Many older people living on the expansive Pyramid Lake Paiute Reservation in northern Nevada relied on the tribe’s senior services van to get to the grocery store or the doctor before the coronavirus pandemic ended that option.Now...

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Navajo Gaming Opening of Navajo Blue Travel Plaza

Navajo Gaming Opening of Navajo Blue Travel Plaza

Navajo News
September 28, 2020

Navajo Gaming Opening of Navajo Blue Travel PlazaOver 9000 Square Foot Travel Plaza Creates Jobs While Celebrating Navajo Culture, Cuisine and Architecture as Southwestern Gateway to Navajo Nation   Twin Arrows, Ariz. - Navajo Blue Travel Plaza is opening ...

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Native American Scholarships

Native American Scholarships

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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