December 9, 2016

Q&A with Rekindling 7 Generations program participant Anna Rhodd Brimm

This month I wanted to give you a first person point of view from one of our program participants, Anna Rhodd Brimm. She is a member […]
December 7, 2016

Tribal youth attends final White House Tribal Nations Conference of Obama Administration

In September, I had the opportunity to attend the White House Tribal Nations Conference and the White House Tribal Youth Gathering as a delegate from Citizen […]
December 5, 2016

Citizen Potawatomi Nation sues Indian Health Service over unpaid costs

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation has sued Indian Health Service over nearly $800,000 in costs associated with the operations of its health services, including the facility costs […]
December 2, 2016

Avoid holiday debt with these steps

  Are you, like most of Americans, afraid of racking up holiday debt? Do you wake in a panic because you forgot in the holiday rush to buy a gift […]
December 1, 2016

Five years of multimillion dollar growth at the CPCDC

Five years ago, I was in Des Moines, Iowa interviewing for an executive position at an insulation company that wanted me to open a manufacturing plant in Brazil. I had […]
November 30, 2016

Meet the CPN Supreme Court

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Tribal Court system is designed to provide enforcement of tribal laws, equal justice to all and protection of tribal sovereignty. The court initially […]
November 29, 2016

Wadasé update: November 2016

  Summer was kind to us in Oklahoma this year with milder temperatures and ample rainfall. That same summer weather has lingered well into October. The trees are still full with […]
November 25, 2016

Cultural program update: November 2016

As our youth have finished and perfected their beading, sewing, and cooking skills this past month, we are preparing for a new set of workshops and activities in November. We have […]
November 23, 2016

William Polke’s November journey on the Trail of Death

In 1838, the Potawatomi Indians in the state of Indiana were forcibly removed from their ancestral homelands by order of the U.S. government. The 859 Potawatomi who […]