The Tribe replaced a dilapidated wooden sign with CPN tribal member and former Tecumseh City Manager Charles Martin’s name on it. The city park it stood in was named after him.
Native Americans are up to four times more likely to have their children taken and placed into foster care than their non-Native counterparts.
This episode introduces a CPN member who owns her own Native American architecture company, outlines the Nation’s new Adult Protective Services department and discusses home genealogical DNA testing kits that became popular in the last decade.
Technological upgrades to 911 software and hardware are becoming an essential component of emergency response. Recently, the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Department of Transportation named CPN a recipient of 911 Grant Program funds, assigned for improvements to the county system.
Dating for teens in 2019 is drastically different than what their parents’ and grandparents’ generations went through. Technology and society have slowly molded dating norms.
Several Citizen Potawatomi Nation worksite locations recently received approval from the Blue Zones Project, meaning the Tribe helps employees make healthier choices daily.