Episode 201

Season 2 of OsiyoTV begins with a bang! We follow professional boxer and Cherokee Nation citizen Wes Nofire to Miami, Florida, for his biggest bout yet. We learn how mountain music and fiddling made its way into Cherokee country and meet the modern-day musicians keeping the music alive. And, finally, we cook the traditional Cherokee dish called kanuche with elder Edith Knight.



Cherokee Fiddling

How the mountain music found a home in the Cherokee Nation.

Cooking Kanuchi, A Cherokee Tradition

Cherokee National Treasure Edith Knight knows a lot about cooking. She shares the story of her youth, growing up and falling in love in the Cherokee Nation and her recipe for the traditional favorite: kanuchi.

Pro Boxer Wes NoFire: Gloves Off

Learn how professional boxer Wes Nofire got where he is today and what it’s like fighting for a living.

Cherokee Almanac: The Treaty of New Echota and Land Patent

OsiyoTV takes a look back at two very important documents that shaped the Cherokee Nation as we know it today.

Let's Talk Cherokee

Learn to speak Cherokee with language specialist John Ross and Cherokee children.