Magic Ravenhawk speaks to ‘Native News Today’ about the Light It Up Red event at RiverWalk in Jenks, Okla.
“I wanted something different and I felt like Lighthorse was the way to go,” –Joseph Dawson
“That was the first time I learned what tradition was.” –Muscogee (Creek citizen and MCN Tax Commissioner Jerry McPeak
Film series to spotlight Native American films Darren DeLaune/Reporter TULSA, Okla. — Since 1928, Circle Cinema has brought movies from all over the world to Tulsa. Films that are more independent or foreign have found a home at the theater. Circle Cinema also hosts events such as Native Spotlight, a new quarterly series showcasing the
“It is more realistic for everyday living. Especially as woman, we need to learn to protect ourselves.” – Muscogee (Creek) Nation Department of Health SANE Nurse and Muscogee (Creek) citizen Lena Pizzolato
“I’m proud of what my ancestors were able to accomplish, I’m proud to say I have Creek heritage.” –Damario Solomon Simmons