Iranian-Mexican-Citizen Potawatomi writer finds an audience in Oklahoma City

Fueled by an oilfield boom, the Oklahoma City metropolitan area largely weathered the Great Recession that inundated other parts of the country. The recent drop in energy prices has slowed the economy somewhat, yet the city and its surrounding areas continue to grow. Where its younger residents once took flight for professional opportunities in surrounding Read More »

Potawatomi-owned art gallery at core of OKC renaissance

 In recent years, Oklahoma City’s interior, long neglected as the city’s periphery extended in a suburban sprawl, has seen a revival. The Plaza District, lying in the neighborhoods northwest of downtown Oklahoma City is one such area, with a Potawatomi-owned business right at the heart of the district. Tribal member Tony Morton, a member of Read More »