Decolonized Cooking With Chef Nico Albert

Decolonized Cooking With Chef Nico Albert Cherokee Chef Nico Albert learns and cultivates ancestral food ways in many dishes she creates bringing her food to the next level. And as the singer of a metal band in her spare time her whole life is next level. Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share […]

Choogie Kingfisher: Cherokee Storyteller

Choogie Kingfisher: Cherokee Storyteller Storytelling is an art form mastered by Cherokee National Treasure Choogie Kingfisher with his own brand of Cherokee humor. When Cherokee Chef Nico Albert isn’t fronting her metal punk band, she’s in the kitchen learning and cultivating ancestral ways of cooking. Sonny Sixkiller is a Cherokee football legend to Washington Huskies […]

Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People: Season 6, Episode 1

EPISODE 601 Storytelling is an art form mastered by Cherokee National Treasure Choogie Kingfisher with his own brand of Cherokee humor. When Cherokee Chef Nico Albert isn’t fronting her metal punk band, she’s in the kitchen learning and cultivating ancestral ways of cooking. Sonny Sixkiller is a Cherokee football legend to Washington Huskies fans. We […]

Washington Wonder Sonny Sixkiller

Washington Wonder Sonny Sixkiller Sonny Sixkiller is a living legend in Seattle to Washington Huskies fans where his reputation as a Native American athlete is still larger than life. Today, Sonny uses his fame to give back to Pacific Northwest communities. Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on email Email More Stories […]

Cherokee Almanac: Judaculla Rock

Cherokee Almanac: Judaculla Rock For those who share the legend of Judaculla, they say it’s one all Cherokees should hear. The oral history comes from a time before European settlement on this continent and guided the ways of life for generations of Cherokee people. This is a story, that for many Cherokees, had been lost […]

Let’s Talk Cherokee – Season 6, Episode 1

LET’S TALK CHEROKEE Episode 601 Cherokee Language Immersion School instructor Betty Frogg and student Ashlyn Fullerton talk Cherokee and teach us the following Cherokee phrases: I am walking; Two of us are walking; A group of us are walking. Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on email Email Related Videos

Cherokee Nation debuts season 6 of “Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cherokee history and culture come alive in groundbreaking docuseries TAHLEQUAH, Okla.— Cherokee Nation’s “Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People” was recently recognized with four Heartland Regional Emmy Awards during a virtual reception on Saturday, July 25. “We’re beyond grateful for this recognition and are so appreciative to have such an amazing team […]