EPISODE 703

In this episode, meet Cheyenne McKinney whose successful career as a champion boxer has led to her next career move in the sports world. She tells us how her love of boxing and passion for helping the Greenwood community, also known as Black Wall Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma have come together in coaching the next generation.

When it comes to preventing addiction, there are some special people serving on the front lines. Cherokee Nation Prevention Specialist Coleman Cox is one of those people and he says community change isn’t something that happens overnight. Cherokee potter Carrie Lind treats her pottery as living, breathing pieces and treats each work of art as a private conversation between her and the harvested earth. She tells us how she first began her journey in clay and who has inspired her along the way. 

In our Cherokee Almanac, we look back at the murder trial of Archilla Smith. His trial would play a pivotal role in the evolution of the Cherokee judicial system not long after Cherokees were removed to Indian Territory.

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IN THIS EPISODE

A Love for the Game: Champion Boxer Cheyenne McKinney

Meet Cheyenne McKinney whose successful career as a champion boxer has led to her next career move in the sports world. She tells us how her love of boxing and passion for helping the Greenwood community, also known as Black Wall Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma have come together in coaching the next generation.

Fighting an Epidemic with Coleman Cox

When it comes to preventing addiction, there are some special people serving on the front lines. Cherokee Nation Prevention Specialist Coleman Cox is one of those people and he says community change isn’t something that happens overnight.

Carrie Lind, Conversations In Clay

Kindra Swafford is an award-winning mixed-media and watercolor artist. Through her bright and vivid work, she has found a community of Cherokee artists that help her to hone her skills and tell her own story.

Almanac: Cherokee Justice, The Archilla Smith Trial

In this Cherokee Almanac, we look back at the murder trial of Archilla Smith. His trial would play a pivotal role in the evolution of the Cherokee judicial system not long after Cherokees were removed to Indian Territory. 

Let's Talk Cherokee

In this Cherokee Language Lesson, we join Uwodi’a and Sinasd as they get moving and exercise together.