An interview with Muscogee (Creek) Nation National Council Rep. Mark Randolph concerning MCN’s support of the protestors of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
“That’s the good news is that while you kind of wound up where you are by accident, the good thing is you’re in a good place as far as the future is concerned.” – Southwest Hospital Partners representative Roger Jenkins
“I see a big change. I see myself helping people a lot more and just being more outspoken." — Mvskoke Nation Youth Council Secretary Jasmyne Jack
“So we just ask them to pay attention around them and be vigilant. Because right now, how officers are perceived just in light of everything that has been happening, basically officers, not just us but other agencies, we’re like a big target out there now.” – MCN LTPD Acting Chief of Police Robert Hawkins
“Living so far away from Oklahoma, the Native art world keeps me connected to my Native heritage and my background.” — Muscogee (Creek) artist Starr Hardridge
“He could create masterpieces.” Even in the dark he could draw something up and it would look great.” Tribal citizen and artist Dana Tiger
“I see a big change. I see myself helping people a lot more and just being more outspoken.” — Mvskoke Nation Youth Council Secretary Jasmyne Jack
Darren DeLaune/Reporter Can tribes tax communities in their jurisdictions? OKMULGEE, Okla. — What if the City of Okmulgee had to abide by Muscogee (Creek) Nation tribal law? What if the residents of Okmulgee had to pay not only federal, state and sales taxes, but also tribal taxes? College of the Muscogee Nation student Jordan Brown addressed
An interview with Muscogee (Creek) Nation National Council Rep. Mark Randolph concerning MCN’s support of the protestors of the Dakota Access Pipeline.READ MORE
“He could create masterpieces.” Even in the dark he could draw something up and it would look great.” Tribal citizen and artist Dana TigerREAD MORE
“I love my tribe. We had invaders that came to us, we accommodated them and they tried to kill us but we are still here.” – Muscogee (Creek) elder Jorene CokerREAD MORE
“Now I have to keep working hard and make sure my pitches are working to the right spots. I am up against the best hitters who got drafted this year too.” – Muscogee (Creek) citizen and professional baseball player Kevin HillREAD MORE
“I am Creek and I always wanted to have an event like this to show everyone at Creek Nation.” — Muscogee (Creek) fight promoter James PruittREAD MORE
“If it wasn’t for them, I mean a lot of us wouldn’t be here. So we celebrate the donor families.” –Muscogee (Creek) citizen Dawn DeVorseREAD MORE
Cherokee citizen Cierra Fields recently visited Mvskoke Media studios to share her powerful story of survival. A victim of sexual assault at 15, Cierra now travels the country as an ambassador and advocate for Native women and youth.
OKMULGEE, Okla. — Oklahoma Secretary of State and Native American Affairs Liaison Chris Benge spoke with Gary Fife on ‘Mvskoke Radio’ July 20 and later appeared on ‘Native News Today’ with Jason Salsman. Benge had a long career in the Oklahoma Legislature and was selected for the new positions in February 2015. He is the
Host Darren DeLaune speaks with Mvskoke song leader Wotko Long about the songs; and Rojer Johnson of Tourism and Recreation updates listeners about fitness programs offered at the Dome.
George Alexander II describes his training at the Institute for American Indian Arts and his view of Indian art; and; Jessica McBride, Media Coordinator for Mvskoke Media reviews the recently released audit of the MCN Housing program.
The MCN Arbor Care Service has been very busy after the mid-July storms. Staff from the program discuss their services; and, the recent rash of violence between police departments and citizens is the topic when the top administrators of the MCN Lighthorse Tribal Police Department are interviewed.