This episode includes stories from a Potawatomi elder devoted to music and someone who uses a special connection with the earth to carry on traditions. An employee at the CPN Cultural Heritage Center also discusses how to better research family lineage.
The April 2019 CPN Veterans Organization update.
March 2019 CPN Veterans Organization report.
Bozho, The CPN Veterans Organization had a very productive 2015, and 2016 promises to be a good year as well. On 14 December 2015 a webinar was aired titled “An Overview of PTSD and Treatment Perspectives AmongNative American Veterans.” Native scholar and tribal veteran Greg Urquhart facilitated this program which was recorded, archived and can Read More »
The Oklahoma State University Powwow is a student-run public event hosted annually by the OSU Native American Student Association at the Payne County Expo Center in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Tribes from the entire nation are represented in the diverse inter- tribal powwow. This year, Citizen Potawatomi Nation donated $2,000 to help fund the event and the Read More »
Bozho, A lot has been said about remembering our veterans in this and previous years. More and more, our nation is learning the value of the veterans and military service men and women it has produced. To give some perspective on the impact their commitment and sacrifice has made on our society, here is a Read More »
In front of a full House chamber, the CPN Veterans’ Organization Color Guard opened Senior Day at the Oklahoma State Capitol on February 25. The five man color guard carried the American flag, Oklahoma flag, Citizen Potawatomi Nation flag, CPN Veterans Organization and POW-MIA flags into the legislative chamber where the pledge of allegiance was Read More »