Articles tagged with: native americans
- No buyouts for Treece, KS residents just over the border from Picher
- ODOT hosting public meeting on high-speed rail plans tonight
- Stillwater counting on 2010 Census to raise profile
- Cornett will present MAPS 3 proposal within 2 weeks
- An open letter to the man in the red truck
- OKC rallies air opposing views on health care
- Indian tribes finding little success with Supreme Court
- Cherokee Chief, Harvard law professor debate over freedmen
- Museum to focus on Will Rogers’ Indian ancestry
- OU-Tulsa President urges action on health care
- 14 percent of Oklahomans uninsured in 2008
- Inhofe says suing over Obama’s birth certificate would take too long
- Oklahoma offered Mercury Marine $300 million incentive plan
- Wisconsin Workers’ ‘Victory’ is Oklahoma Workers’ Loss
- Oklahoma researchers look for cash in the switchgrass
- At Oklahoma schools, Obama’s speech stirs little ado
- Family may sue over Oklahoma inmate’s slaying
- ODOT approves $4 billion 8-year plan for bridges and highways
- With Mercury Marine moving on, Stillwater looks to its own
- Cherokees using computers to preserve native language [MP3 Audio]
- The Archivist: ‘I hope they plant enough redbud to hang every Judas in the state’
- Doug Dawgz Blog: Story of the old Tower Theatre
- Found in Collections: Historic maps of Oklahoma
- Irritated Tulsan: Great Tulsa architecture
- Massahoma, Oklachusetts: August in Oklahoma
- OCU Law News Podcast: Interview with author of ‘Indian Tribes of Oklahoma’
- The Apache House: Interview with Sherree Chamberlain
- Oklahoma Rock Newsblog: [Video] Mike Hosty’s ‘Oklahoma Breakdown’
- OKC Central: [VIDEO] Oklahoma City Ballet performs in front of the capitol
- Rate of high school grads going to college stays flat
- Eufaula mayor charged with embezzling $191, suspends police chief
- 1,500 Oklahoma autopsies still pending, including 108 from 2008
- Cherokees ask to intervene in poultry lawsuit
- Tulsa group calls for condemning Creek Nation land
- Two cities wait for Mercury Marine to decide
- Oklahoma female incarceration rate highest in the U.S., almost double national average
From The Tulsa World:
Nearly 200 students attending college on Osage Nation scholarships were told that they would be receiving less money, despite earlier promises that each student would receive $3,500.
Osage Nation Education Department officials have been contacted by angry and worried parents, as well as an unhappy tribal Congressional education committee, after several students reported that scholarships were less than what had been promised.
From The Norman Transcript:
Eight Native Oklahoman artists are gathering for a public panel discussion about survival strategies and identity issues during a special event at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art Friday, Sept. 11. At 10 a.m., the artists will begin a session titled “Art as Identity: The Operative Principles of Affirmation, Accommodation and Appropriation in the Native American Artistic Pursuit of Self.”
Moderated by art critic Edwin L.
From The Tulsa World:
The Cherokee Nation is preparing for its 57th-annual Cherokee National Holiday this weekend, an event that could draw an estimated 100,000 people.
The holiday begins Thursday and includes sporting events, arts and crafts, food and speeches.
From The Associated Press:
Linguistics experts at the University of Oklahoma will hold a series of public presentations on the disappearance of indigenous languages.
Some estimate that more than 50 percent of American Indian languages will be lost over the next 20 years.
From The Journal Record:
The Native American Legal Resource Center at the Oklahoma City University School of Law has received a $250,000 gift to assist its American Indian wills program launched in January.
Law Dean Lawrence Hellman said the center has focused on providing direct services to tribal communities as well as instruction to students.