April 27, 2016

What’s new at CPN

Those traveling from out of state to the Family Reunion Festival routinely see the ever changing landscape that is the FireLake complex. Through the years CPN has grown […]
April 27, 2016

CPN-American Red Cross continue partnership in “Home Fire Campaign”

Working together is rarely a difficult prospect for the Citizen Potawatomi Nation and the American Red Cross. In recent years, the two have partnered on severe weather preparedness projects that resulted […]
April 27, 2016

Potawatomi Alee Rogers competes in Miss Oklahoma pageant

There are times in life when an opportunity comes up that would otherwise pass one by. For many today, those opportunities can come from a variety of sources, including a social […]
April 27, 2016

FireLodge Tribal Youth update: April 2016

 By Benjamin McAlister, FireLodge Tribal Youth Assistant Coordinator With March in the books the CPN Tribal Youth Program steamrolls ahead with another full slate of exciting curricula and events for April. The […]
April 25, 2016

Native veterans in Oklahoma process trauma through culturally sensitive care

By Allison Herrera, KOSU Invisible Nations The below article was written and broadcast for KOSU Radio’s Invisible Nations. It is reproduced here with its author’s permission. See the original article […]
April 21, 2016

CPN Veterans report: April 2016

By Daryl Talbot, Commander of the CPN Veterans Organization Bozho, To start, I am sad to inform you that of one of our very active members, […]
April 21, 2016

A saint amongst the Potawatomi

Many know about the Citizen Potawatomi’s long ties to the Catholic Church, with French missionaries first introducing the Christian religion to the tribes of the Great […]
April 20, 2016

Wesselhöft wears two hats as tribal and state legislator in Oklahoma

Compared to the Cherokee and Choctaw nations, which boast enrollment numbers in excess of 200,000, the Citizen Potawatomi Nation can seem like a small tribe. Yet […]
April 20, 2016

Way Back Wednesday: Naswawkay

Naswawkay [fletcher of arrows] was a leader of much influence and distinguished orator among the Wabash Potawatomi, characteristics that made him a valuable asset to U.S. […]