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Guest Opinion. Indigenous Peoples’ Day is a call to higher consciousness, and it is one that is not solely defined by human beings, but emerges from the original instructions of what the Lakota people also call wotakuye (relations with all life). 

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Opinion. On Monday we celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the United States. Well, some of us do. 

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Guest Opinion. Tourism is important for Cherokee Nation and all of northeast Oklahoma. Our tribe’s numerous museums and cultural sites simultaneously showcase and preserve our rich heritage while creating jobs and economic opportunities for many citizens.

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Opinion. In an effort to increase voting access for underrepresented communities, President Joe Biden signed an executive order in March 2021 to study barriers to voting among the underrepresented groups.

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Guest Opinion. Informed citizens are crucial for Cherokee democracy. The Cherokee Nation best serves the Cherokee people when we have open and transparent communication and when citizens can access truthful information about what their government is doing. Besides, Cherokees have an inherent right to monitor their tribal government.

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To our Native American readers:

Native News Online is launching an election survey to determine what issues are most important to our tribal citizens and Native communities as we head into the 2022 midterm elections. 

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Guest Opinion. Senator Joe Manchin (D - WV) introduced the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2022, a bill that would exacerbate the climate crisis, and threaten tribal sovereignty. Here’s why.

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Guest Opinion. In 1935, the United States was still in the grips of the Great Depression. Millions of people felt the impact of the economic crisis, including the nation’s artists.

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Opinion. In November 2009, Dennis Banks (Ojibwe), co-founder of the American Indian Movement (AIM), and I were interviewed on a Michigan morning radio show in advance of an event scheduled for later that evening. 

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Guest Opinion.  Cherokee Nation has the power and the responsibility to protect all Cherokees and ensure justice is served on our reservation. That’s why Deputy Chief Bryan Warner and I recently proposed the Cherokee Family Protection and Violence Against Women Act. This new law builds on the legal authority allowed for tribes under the federal Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). It will strengthen the ability of our Cherokee Nation Marshal Service, Attorney General’s office and victim services programs to protect victims and survivors of domestic violence.