“To me, it’s a homecoming…” –David Proctor
“I just kind of want them to know that we’re still around, you know?” – Alexis Burris
“I am very proud that they can wear my hair and they won’t get made fun of. I am happy I made that possible.” – Muscogee (Creek) citizen Talon Simpson
Liz Gray/Reporter Director discusses museum, goals OKLAHOMA CITY — James Pepper Henry (Kaw/Muscogee) has been named to be the new director of the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum. Pepper Henry has extensive experience in museum curating. Prior to joining the AICCM, he served as executive director of the Gilcrease Museum. While at
An interview with Shawn Partridge from the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Family Violence Prevention Program about Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
“My plan is to write a letter to each one of the mekkos and let them know what the situation is and what my recommendation is. Particularly at this point, the most pressing one is the festival.” – Muscogee (Creek) Nation Principal Chief James Floyd