This episode features Citizen Potawatomi Nation Health Services’ Chief Medical Officer regarding COVID, a CPN veteran included on the Cultural Heritage Center’s Wall of Honor and producer of the Grand Casino Hotel & Resort’s Emmy-winning music program.
The leader of CPN’s Veterans Organization give details on a virtual dedication ceremony for the Smithsonian’s National Native American Veterans Memorial.
The CPN Veterans Organization had one of the best Christmas/Thanksgiving dinners that we have had in several years.
This episode explores the sounds and career of a CPN member who’s made a name for himself in hip hop, tips from a Tribal trainer and the history of the Nation’s Veterans Organization’s eagle staff.
More than 250 Citizen Potawatomi served during the Vietnam War. To date, it was the largest enlistment of the Citizen Potawatomi for any conflict involving the U.S.
March 2019 CPN Veterans Organization report.
The Veteran Memorial serves to honor and exhibit the sacrifices our Wédasé (warriors) have made by telling the story of what it meant to be a Potawatomi warrior.
The January 2019 CPN Veterans Organization report.
Bozho (Hello), According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, hospitalization rates for influenza cases in the United States are the highest on record. That’s scary. What can you do? First, get the flu shot. It’s not too late. The vaccine will protect you, especially from the strains coming later in the flu Read More »
Native Americans have served their country in the armed forces at proportionally higher rates than any other ethnic group since the Revolutionary War. Generations of Indigenous Americans have patriotically served and continue to serve in every branch of the U.S. military. The Smithsonian Institution’s Native American Veterans Memorial, scheduled to open Veterans Day 2020, will Read More »