• MNYC April Update

    MNYC April Update0

    Claudia McHenry/MNYC Speaker OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Hensci! Stonkon fullatskat? Claudia McHenry cv hocefkvt os. Mvkoke Etvlwv Mvnette Nafaktvlke Punayv towis. Hello! How are you all? My name is Claudia McHenry. I am the Mvskoke Nation Youth Council (MNYC) Speaker. The month of March was an unusually calm and relaxing month for the MNYC. Our month

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  • MNYC March Update

    MNYC March Update0

    Claudia McHenry/MNYC Speaker OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Hensci! Stonkon fullatskat? Claudia McHenry cv hocefket os. Punayv Mvkoke Etvlwv Mvnettvlke Nafaktvlke towis. Hello! How are you all? My name is Claudia McHenry. I am the Mvskoke Nation Youth Council (MNYC) Speaker. In the past month of February, the MNYC met on the 9, at 10:00 a.m. The business

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  • Community holds summer camp for local children

    Community holds summer camp for local children0

    “I’ve got some kids at school that I can say, ‘What tribe are you?’ and some of them don’t even know.” – Culture Camp Organizer Talana Hailey

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  • What is your clan?

    What is your clan?3

    Liz Gray/Reporter OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Your clan is your kin, your people. The Mvskoke people are made up of several pieces. Tribal towns, clans, and families connect us and give us commonality. Familiar names are a piece of heritage. Like Chebon Harjo essentially being the Mvskoke John Smith. Maybe John Smith is a bad example

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  • Making a (haunted) house a home

    Making a (haunted) house a home1

    Liz Gray/Reporter A humorous story about trying to ‘Native’ the right way OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — This is a story about trying to make sure my house remains un-haunted. Toward the end of the year, I decided to move after being sick of apartment life, and I’m sorry Okmulgee, but your rent houses aren’t exactly ideal.

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  • When the Creeks rise

    When the Creeks rise0

    Liz Gray/Reporter Citizens represent heritage, culture during marches OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Three Muscogee (Creek) citizens traveled together from Oklahoma to attend the first ever Indigenous Peoples’ March Jan. 18 in Washington, D.C. One of those citizens, Brittany Cuevas, had heard about the march right before the holiday season and decided she wanted to figure out

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