Tribal members Koby and Steve Lawson took on the challenge of hiking the highest point in the contiguous United States — Mount Whitney in California. Descendants of the Laframboise family, the father and son enjoy all outdoor activities.
Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians Public Relations Director Kate Anderson relies on her ancestral, Citizen Potawatomi Nation traditions to educate the public on the Agua Caliente people past and present.
Professor Andrew Jenks’s experience at CPN headquarters motivated him to analyze Native American traditions and teachings and incorporate the lessons into his lectures.
Youth have power. Right now. “When we told them they’re the future, we accidentally said, ‘You don’t matter yet. You don’t count until some futuristic point on the horizon that, statistically, some of our kids won’t see,” Emcee One, born Marcus Anthony Guinn, recently told the Hownikan. “They’re — right now — the No. 1 Read More »
Spread across the United States and even further afield in the world, CPN’s thirty thousand members may sometimes feel detached from the day-to-day life taking place in the Tribe’s base in Shawnee, Okla. Maintaining that connection takes a commitment from a handful of Tribal legislators who reside around the country. Representing those members in southern Read More »