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Cherokee citizen and outgoing Oklahoma FFA President Garrett Reed talks about his transformation from a kid who hated the stage to a man who speaks before tens of thousands of people.
Tommy Wildcat’s life work is sharing Cherokee culture and history. We talk about what drives him to create a better understanding of the Cherokee people.
Host Jennifer Loren takes us on a rare, behind the scenes tour of the National Museum of the American Indian’s Cultural Resource Center archive collection, focusing on Cherokee objects.
Last year the Cherokee Nation relocated several badlands bison to Oklahoma and today the herd is flourishing. Cherokee Nation herdsmen give us an up close view of the newest bison calves and tell us what it means to be helping a species that helped so many native americans.
A glimpse into the life of WIlliam Shorey Coodey, a Cherokee citizen buried in the Congressional Cemetery in Washington D.C.
Learn to speak key phrases of the Cherokee language with Dr. Candessa Tehee.