Within a bank setting, some tools and skills are vital to success and customer satisfaction. Community relations, customer service and planning are among those qualities that are critical for the future of a business, especially one that primarily deals with the public.
Mapmaker and Tribal member Margaret Pearce believes cartography lends itself to the representation of Indigeneity because the land remains at the center of many societies and traditions.
In this episode, we’ll hear about the American Indian Religious Freedom Act of 1978 and its effect on tribes, discuss the connection between cartography and Indigeneity, and learn the history of an artist who documented the Potawatomi Trail of Death in the late 1830s.
CPN member Stormy Hunter stressed that there are several approaches to beaded applique, and the tutorial featured here reflects the best method for her personal style.
Language Department Director Justin Neely talks about departmental achievements, online resources and the future of the staff’s work.
Summary of minutes from Tribal legislative meeting in May 2021.
Archivist and historian Lynn Cowles created a display at the Allen J Ellender Memorial Library at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana, to highlight her Potawatomi family’s past. She celebrated Native American Heritage Month in November 2020 with visitors.
In the early 17th century, brothers Jean and Gabriel Bertrand left the Province of Poitou in western France for North America, seeking the opportunity for a new life.
CPN tribal member Christopher Jenks spent a month with CPN Health Services in spring 2021. The Bertrand family descendant wanted additional hands-on experience before beginning his medical degree program and selecting his specialty.
Many victims feel a giant sense of relief once they have escaped the powerful hold of an abuser. When children are involved though, the victim and often the children are forced to endure the same trauma and abuse, even after the divorce or separation is finalized.