Notes from the Chief

The Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club is Oklahoma’s oldest, continuous chartered club. Established in the summer of 1899 at Oowala, in the Cooweescoowee District of the Cherokee Nation in Indian Territory,

Notes from the Chief

Cherokee Nation remains committed to protecting our women and children from violence. As Principal Chief, I reinforced that dedication by creating the ONE FIRE program for survivors of domestic violence,

For the Children

The Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy (OICA) is in the process of compiling and publishing a report card on the actions of the Oklahoma Legislature as it pertains to childhood

My Final Farewell

Since graduation came and went last Saturday, I have officially graduated from school. I’m sad to leave so much behind, but I have to look forward and prepare for what’s

Notes from the Chief

Legislative success is an essential tool in maximizing the prosperity of Cherokee Nation. Partnerships with federal, state and local entities enhance our ability to provide essential services to our citizens.

For the Children

The legislative session for 2018 came to a grinding halt on Thursday, May 3. The push to adjourn came quickly as many legislators did not want to linger in session


“Let’s go for a walk,” the kids chimed while dragging their Russian grandma outside. Alex wanted to practice on his new rip stick and Sophia to “scoot” on her recently


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