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The Conversation: Thanksgiving stories ignore history of colonization on Native lands
Too often, K-12 social studies classes in the U.S. teach a mostly glossed-over story of U.S. settlement.
OJ and Barb Semans: Indigenous people of this country understand suffering
Since Columbus arrived in 1492, we have been struggling to protect our communities, our way of life and Mother Earth.
Tom Cole: Promoting tribal sovereignty and self-determination in Congress
As the longest serving Native American in the U.S. House of Representatives, the privilege and honor it is to represent the interests of tribes in Congress is certainly not lost on me.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation advances economic and trade priorities on global scale
Cherokees have always creatively pursued economic partnerships, from our first trade treaties to our modern international business operations.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation calls for change at National Congress of American Indians
A state-recognized tribe is not an Indian tribe. And a member of one of these groups is not an Indian.
Tom Cole: Getting back to work on Capitol Hill after chaos
With only eight weeks left in the year, members of Congress certainly have our work cut out for us
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation calls on Congress to renew Special Diabetes Program for Indians
With more than 11,000 active patients, Cherokee Nation operates the country’s largest Special Diabetes Program for Indians.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation proud of historic judicial nominee
Sara Hill’s nomination is exciting for Cherokee Nation and all of Indian Country, and not only because it is a historic milestone.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation renews commitment to language revitalization
Language has always been essential to our culture as Cherokee people, as it serves as the unbroken chain connecting us to our ancestors.
Albert Bender: Film follows Native woman’s road trip into ‘The Unknown Country’
In “The Unknown Country,” starring Lily Gladstone, a young Native woman goes on a thought-provoking road trip.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation works to empower every tribal citizen
Together, I know we can build a future where every Cherokee Nation citizen can thrive and contribute to the legacy of our tribe.
Jennifer Denetdale: Four centuries of state sanctioned terror against Indigenous peoples
The shooting of Jacob Johns is yet another act of terror that Indigenous people who live in New Mexico must navigate every day.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation an integral part of Oklahoma’s history
Tribal nations stand ready to continue our legacy of making Oklahoma vibrant and strong.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation committed to freedom of the press
Cherokee leaders throughout history have known that informed citizens are the backbone of our thriving democracy.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation holds United States to its promises
A top priority throughout my administration has been holding the federal government to its promises to the Cherokee Nation.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation works for the common good of gadugi
Gadugi Corps is part of our commitment to build our tribal nation from the grassroots up and make sure every Cherokee can find a way to give back to their people.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation continues path of progress
For the past four years, I have been honored to serve as Principal Chief of the great Cherokee Nation.
George Thompson: The plight of our sacred Hickory Ground
In our Muscogee culture, once a body is at rest, it is supposed to remain there forever and complete its lifecycle, returning to earth.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation works to protect our sovereignty
We at the Cherokee Nation firmly believe in being good neighbors to all Oklahomans who share our home.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation continues to rebuild its economy
The growth and prosperity of Cherokee Nation are an example of history repeating itself.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation continues to fight the opioid crisis
Access to telemedicine is a lifeline for many Cherokees, and we must protect it to keep up the fight against the opioid crisis.
Brian Lightfoot Brown: Narragansett Tribe still fighting for its sovereignty
Forty years of federal recognition and the Narragansett people are still fighting for what’s rightfully ours.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation works to protect our artists
For too many generations, citizens of tribal nations around the country, including Cherokee Nation citizens, saw their language, their culture and their artistic expression suppressed and eroded by policies of the United States.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation advocates for food sovereignty
At the Cherokee Nation, we are especially mindful that without food sovereignty, all other aspects of our sovereignty will be at risk.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation confronts opioid epidemic
For over two decades, the opioid epidemic has plagued the Cherokee Nation Reservation. It has affected every facet of our tribe and society.
StrongHearts Native Helpline: Honoring Native cultures and traditions
StrongHearts Native Helpline is working to uplift the voices of survivors by recognizing the strength and resilience of Indigenous peoples.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation addresses needs on reservation
Whether it’s new construction, refurbished existing buildings, improved water or better roads, we are investing in what the Cherokee people have asked for.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation welcomes investments in Native languages
The Cherokee language is a bedrock of our strength as a tribe.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation offers safe shelter for survivors
Sadly, there is a great deal of domestic violence in our modern society, and the Cherokee Nation and Cherokee society are not immune.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation address child care needs
From individual Cherokee families to the whole Cherokee Nation, keeping children safe is our most essential responsibility.
Shannon Holsey: U.S. must honor treaty promises to tribal nations
When the U.S. government keeps its treaty promises to one tribe, it is good for all tribes.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation holds U.S. to treaty promise
Almost 200 years ago, the Treaty of New Echota between Cherokee Nation and the United States government was signed.
Harold Frazier: Nation-to-nation policy must be law of the land
Native Sovereign Nations are prior sovereigns, embodying the inalienable and inherent rights of Native Peoples bestowed by our Creator.
Albert Bender: Genocide of Indian nations at the U.S. Supreme Court
A case before the United States Supreme Court could resume the genocide of tribal nations.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation keeps our language alive
Cherokee language is core to our culture and our identity as a distinct people.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation takes diabetes seriously
Together, we can become healthier Cherokees and a healthier Cherokee Nation.
Chuck Hoskin: Cherokee Nation cares for our homelands
The Cherokee people have always been deeply connected to the land.
Elizabeth Woody: The Museum at Warm Springs celebrates tribal heritage
At The Museum at Warm Springs, we celebrate our unique cultures, traditions, histories, arts and languages every month.
Roselyn Tso: Indian Health Service takes pride in our contributions
I am proud of the important work we do daily at the Indian Health Service.
Harold Frazier: U.S. Supreme Court continues genocide against sovereign Native nations
The Supreme Court is an anachronistic body of elderly politicians, who can never be expected to do justice by Native Sovereign Nations.
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