January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 08-19-07

Jason O’Neal, a Citizen Potawatomi Nation member, talks about his work as chief of the Chickasaw Nation Lighthorse, or police department. Click Here to Download This […]
January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 04-29-07

National Indian Child Welfare Association Executive Director Terry Cross and board members Jefferson Keel, Anita Chisolm, (both of Oklahoma) and Katherine Whitecloud of Canada discuss Indian […]
January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 12-23-07

Nathan McKay, Assistant Director of Public Information, interviews Public Information Director Michael Dodson about the features of the Nation’s Web site, www.Potawatomi.org – particularly the Potawatomi […]
January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 08-12-07

CPN Clinic Director Randy Hall talks about re-accreditation, two new doctors, and measures to build on the clinic’s top-quality service while expanding its ability to serve […]
January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 04-22-07

CPN member Steve Kime talks about his new position as President of Junior Achievement of Greater Oklahoma City. Click Here to Download This Episode
January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 12-09-07

Guests are Tracy Peltier, CPN member and manager of the Nation’s FireLake Designs, and Kristi Coker, executive director of the CPN’s Community Development Corporation, a small […]
January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 08-05-07

The six members of the CPN Potawatomi Leadership Program class of 2007 are the guests, along with PLP alum Chism Sander, who served as PLP counselor […]
January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 04-15-07

CPN member Jacque Spencer discusses her work, marketing fee-for-pay health care services discounts through AmeriPlan. Click Here to Download This Episode
January 23, 2013

The Native American Speaks: 11-25-07

CPN members Edwin Kennedy and Alvah Busey, residents of Rossville, Kansas, discuss their efforts to restore the Potawatomi cemetery at the now-ghost town Uniontown, about five […]