Tribal member Ashley Cole finds herself drawn to helping Native American youth with their mental health and hopes to use suicide prevention methods as a licensed psychologist in the near future.
Exposure to adverse, distressing events such as forced removal and cultural loss across multiple generations can manifest in anxiety, depression and other mental illnesses.
Recently, four Citizen Potawatomi Nation enterprises began selling several locally produced CBD products.
Tribal elder George Godfrey takes inspiration from CPN history and culture to write non-fiction books as well as fictional and historical fiction novels.
Several Citizen Potawatomi Nation worksite locations recently received approval from the Blue Zones Project, meaning the Tribe helps employees make healthier choices daily.
CPN and the Pottawatomie Board of County Commissioners reach agreement over longtime discussions of Mission Hill property ownership.
Ashley Chittum began working for the Tribe over a decade ago as a FireLake Discount Foods grocery bagger, recently transferring to the Tribal administrative accounting department.
Kansas City musician Scotty McBee’s long career includes playing in classic rock, acoustic pop and hair metal bands.
Haskell Indian Nations University held Keeping Legends Alive in September 2018 to celebrate two big occasions in the school’s history: the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I and Haskell’s 1926 Indian Celebration, which included a huge powwow to dedicate the university’s football stadium and archway.
Purdue University sophomore Erin Locke showed off her beading skills, intelligence and dedication to Tribal culture while representing CPN during the Miss Potawatomi Princess pageant in 2018.