April 25, 2016

Native veterans in Oklahoma process trauma through culturally sensitive care

By Allison Herrera, KOSU Invisible Nations The below article was written and broadcast for KOSU Radio’s Invisible Nations. It is reproduced here with its author’s permission. See the original article […]
April 21, 2016

CPN Veterans report: April 2016

By Daryl Talbot, Commander of the CPN Veterans Organization Bozho, To start, I am sad to inform you that of one of our very active members, […]
April 21, 2016

A saint amongst the Potawatomi

Many know about the Citizen Potawatomi’s long ties to the Catholic Church, with French missionaries first introducing the Christian religion to the tribes of the Great […]
April 20, 2016

Wesselhöft wears two hats as tribal and state legislator in Oklahoma

Compared to the Cherokee and Choctaw nations, which boast enrollment numbers in excess of 200,000, the Citizen Potawatomi Nation can seem like a small tribe. Yet […]
April 20, 2016

Way Back Wednesday: Naswawkay

Naswawkay [fletcher of arrows] was a leader of much influence and distinguished orator among the Wabash Potawatomi, characteristics that made him a valuable asset to U.S. […]
April 20, 2016

Lehman returns to dance competitions at Gathering of Nations Powwow in New Mexico

People often set goals to eat healthier, exercise more or lose weight through time at the gym or with a fitness trainer. One Citizen Potawatomi had […]
April 18, 2016

Gift shop featured items of the week: April 18-24, 2016

This week, the third week of April 2016, Citizen Potawatomi Gift Shop presents these colorful medallions and pendants as the featured items of the week. To […]
April 18, 2016

Wadase update: April 2016

There’s a day in April that is highlighted in bright yellow on the aviary’s calendar. It was marked not as reminder, but as a countdown to […]
April 15, 2016

National Stress Day 2016

People are different and the ways in which they handle stress are also different. What may be stressful to you may not be to another; therefore, […]