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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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Public Health Policy for Reopening Native America

Public Health Policy for Reopening Native America

Native American News
June 3, 2020

McCabe CPA Group LLC expands its consulting division, bringing together the most talented Native American professionals to serve tribal communities in their journey toward self-determination, through government policy, economic development and cultural revital...

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'Powwow Pop Art' and perseverance

'Powwow Pop Art' and perseverance

Native American News
June 3, 2020

Out of the hundreds of paintings Roger Sosakete Perkins has created, “Faith Keeper” is among his favorites. In the Mohawk tradition, the faith keeper’s job is to ensure the tribe’s young people learn its songs, dances and culture, and to...

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Spike Lee mentors Native filmmaker Kyle Bell

Spike Lee mentors Native filmmaker Kyle Bell

Native American News
June 3, 2020

In February, iconic filmmaker and Oscar-winning director, Spike Lee was one of four influential artists participating as a mentor for the 2020-2021 Rolex Arts Initiative. It’s an effort initiated to assist up-and-coming artists by pairing them with leader...

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Richardson, McCabe Partnership for Navajo COVID-19 Relief

Richardson, McCabe Partnership for Navajo COVID-19 Relief

Navajo News
June 3, 2020

McCabe CPA & Consulting Group LLC and Former Governor Bill Richardson are helping Navajo Nation families in New Mexico who are hit hard by the coronavirus. Saturday, May 30, Sean McCabe, CPA, Governor Richardson, Navajo Nation Council Delegate Eugenia Yazzi...

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NAVAJO GAMING PREPARES TO REOPEN DEEP CLEANING OF PROPERTIES

NAVAJO GAMING PREPARES TO REOPEN DEEP CLEANING OF PROPERTIES

Native American News
June 2, 2020

Navajo Gaming prepares to reopen all four of its properties by mid-June, including deep cleaning and sanitization of each property: Twin Arrows Casino Resort in Flagstaff, AZ; Fire Rock Casino in Church Rock, NM; Northern Edge Casino in Upper Fruitland, NM and ...

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