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Opinion. Powwows bring family, friends, tribal communities, and non-Natives together for beautiful cultural exchange. The sounds of powwow drums intermingling with jingle dresses as women dancers walk around the powwow grounds always adds to the mystique of the powwow experience. 

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Guest Opinion. Cherokee artists share the Cherokee story and culture with the world. They are essential to our identity as a people. Sadly, the pandemic led to many canceled art shows and festivals and temporarily closed galleries. It hurt so many of our artists financially. We treasure Cherokee artists, but they have struggled in this hard time.

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Opinion.  My family buried our mother, Jennie Whitepigeon Rickert Wicker, on Friday. She walked on last Sunday morning, three days short of her 92nd birthday. On Wednesday, we honored her spirit with a cake and sang “Happy Birthday.”

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Guest Opinion. The Cherokee Nation building boom is on. Right now, we are investing more than $750 million in capital improvements across more than 50 construction projects on our 14-county reservation. Whether new health care facilities, family homes, community centers or more, Cherokee Nation is putting up buildings that will serve our people well for many decades.

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Opinion.  I expected the recent meeting of those involved with the Interagency Bison Management Plan to be highly emotional given the national and international outrage over the indiscriminate killing of so many Yellowstone buffalo this year.
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Guest Opinion.  On June 15, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to uphold the constitutionality of the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), marking a tremendous victory for Native children and their families.

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Opinion. The American Indian Movement (AIM) was established in 1968 in Minneapolis because of police brutality and abuse against Native Americans.

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Opinion. On the morning of the 4th of July, I was reflecting on the duality of being both a citizen of the United States and Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, my tribal nation. 

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Editor’s Note: This commentary was published in observance of the Fourth of July holiday in 2015. Native News Online is republishing it again this year. 

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Guest Opinion. Concerns for Student Access to Higher Education and Implications for American Indian and Alaska Native Students