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OSIYO, VOICES OF THE CHEROKEE PEOPLE

Saturday, April 20th

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Cherokee biologist Caleb Hickman reveres all of nature's creatures, even the less than majestic ones. Caleb explains the importance of all species from tiny salamanders to roosting bats. David Fowler has dedicated his career to preserving the accurate history of the Cherokee Nation and Oklahoma. See how he gets students excited about learning by literally dressing the part. Indian Tacos are the ultimate Cherokee comfort food. Meet Annette Luethje as she serves up the tasty dish with a side of culture, and a dash of friendly competition. Meet DJ McCarter, a Cherokee speaker, elder, and a Baptist pastor who aims to keep the Cherokee language alive through education and music.

Sunday, April 21st

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Cherokee biologist Caleb Hickman reveres all of nature's creatures, even the less than majestic ones. Caleb explains the importance of all species from tiny salamanders to roosting bats. David Fowler has dedicated his career to preserving the accurate history of the Cherokee Nation and Oklahoma. See how he gets students excited about learning by literally dressing the part. Indian Tacos are the ultimate Cherokee comfort food. Meet Annette Luethje as she serves up the tasty dish with a side of culture, and a dash of friendly competition. Meet DJ McCarter, a Cherokee speaker, elder, and a Baptist pastor who aims to keep the Cherokee language alive through education and music.

9:00am on
Runtime: 00:28:46
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Cherokee biologist Caleb Hickman reveres all of nature's creatures, even the less than majestic ones. Caleb explains the importance of all species from tiny salamanders to roosting bats. David Fowler has dedicated his career to preserving the accurate history of the Cherokee Nation and Oklahoma. See how he gets students excited about learning by literally dressing the part. Indian Tacos are the ultimate Cherokee comfort food. Meet Annette Luethje as she serves up the tasty dish with a side of culture, and a dash of friendly competition. Meet DJ McCarter, a Cherokee speaker, elder, and a Baptist pastor who aims to keep the Cherokee language alive through education and music.

Wednesday, April 24th

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Patsy Phillips is the Director of the Museum of Contemporary Native Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico where she advocates for contemporary Native artists. Few know the Cherokee Blowgun as well as Danny McCarter. As a lifelong teacher and Cherokee national treasure, Danny shares his passion for preserving traditions. Daniel Mink's passion led him to a unique career in graphic design. Rooted in ancestral art and motifs, his work creates a modern visual identity for the Cherokee Nation. And learn about the historic efforts of Principal Chief John Ross to hold the Cherokee Nation together during the divisive period of the U.S. Civil War.

Saturday, April 27th

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Patsy Phillips is the Director of the Museum of Contemporary Native Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico where she advocates for contemporary Native artists. Few know the Cherokee Blowgun as well as Danny McCarter. As a lifelong teacher and Cherokee national treasure, Danny shares his passion for preserving traditions. Daniel Mink's passion led him to a unique career in graphic design. Rooted in ancestral art and motifs, his work creates a modern visual identity for the Cherokee Nation. And learn about the historic efforts of Principal Chief John Ross to hold the Cherokee Nation together during the divisive period of the U.S. Civil War.

Sunday, April 28th

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Patsy Phillips is the Director of the Museum of Contemporary Native Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico where she advocates for contemporary Native artists. Few know the Cherokee Blowgun as well as Danny McCarter. As a lifelong teacher and Cherokee national treasure, Danny shares his passion for preserving traditions. Daniel Mink's passion led him to a unique career in graphic design. Rooted in ancestral art and motifs, his work creates a modern visual identity for the Cherokee Nation. And learn about the historic efforts of Principal Chief John Ross to hold the Cherokee Nation together during the divisive period of the U.S. Civil War.

9:00am on
Runtime: 00:28:46
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Patsy Phillips is the Director of the Museum of Contemporary Native Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico where she advocates for contemporary Native artists. Few know the Cherokee Blowgun as well as Danny McCarter. As a lifelong teacher and Cherokee national treasure, Danny shares his passion for preserving traditions. Daniel Mink's passion led him to a unique career in graphic design. Rooted in ancestral art and motifs, his work creates a modern visual identity for the Cherokee Nation. And learn about the historic efforts of Principal Chief John Ross to hold the Cherokee Nation together during the divisive period of the U.S. Civil War.

Wednesday, May 1st

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Runtime: 00:28:46
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Dwight Birdwell, Ryker Sixkiller, Traci Sorell

Dwight Birdwell is a hero to countless people yet he sees himself as just a former strawberry picker from Stilwell, Oklahoma. We hear his story of heroism and the selfless actions that led to him being awarded the prestigious Medal of Honor for his service in the Vietnam War. Stuntman, actor and filmmaker Ryker Sixkiller is a powerhouse in front of and behind the camera. We get a behind-the-scenes look at how he brings Native representation to the big screen. Meet Traci Sorell, an award-winning author whose inclusive writing allows new narratives to take shape and empowers Native children and families to see themselves on the page. In our Cherokee Almanac, we look back on a critical figure in our post Civil War reconstruction history, Principal Chief Lewis Downing. We explore his leadership and how he helped to heal political rifts and unite the Cherokee Nation.

Saturday, May 4th

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Dwight Birdwell, Ryker Sixkiller, Traci Sorell

Dwight Birdwell is a hero to countless people yet he sees himself as just a former strawberry picker from Stilwell, Oklahoma. We hear his story of heroism and the selfless actions that led to him being awarded the prestigious Medal of Honor for his service in the Vietnam War. Stuntman, actor and filmmaker Ryker Sixkiller is a powerhouse in front of and behind the camera. We get a behind-the-scenes look at how he brings Native representation to the big screen. Meet Traci Sorell, an award-winning author whose inclusive writing allows new narratives to take shape and empowers Native children and families to see themselves on the page. In our Cherokee Almanac, we look back on a critical figure in our post Civil War reconstruction history, Principal Chief Lewis Downing. We explore his leadership and how he helped to heal political rifts and unite the Cherokee Nation.

Sunday, May 5th

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Runtime: 00:28:46
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Dwight Birdwell, Ryker Sixkiller, Traci Sorell

Dwight Birdwell is a hero to countless people yet he sees himself as just a former strawberry picker from Stilwell, Oklahoma. We hear his story of heroism and the selfless actions that led to him being awarded the prestigious Medal of Honor for his service in the Vietnam War. Stuntman, actor and filmmaker Ryker Sixkiller is a powerhouse in front of and behind the camera. We get a behind-the-scenes look at how he brings Native representation to the big screen. Meet Traci Sorell, an award-winning author whose inclusive writing allows new narratives to take shape and empowers Native children and families to see themselves on the page. In our Cherokee Almanac, we look back on a critical figure in our post Civil War reconstruction history, Principal Chief Lewis Downing. We explore his leadership and how he helped to heal political rifts and unite the Cherokee Nation.

9:00am on
Runtime: 00:28:46
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Dwight Birdwell, Ryker Sixkiller, Traci Sorell

Dwight Birdwell is a hero to countless people yet he sees himself as just a former strawberry picker from Stilwell, Oklahoma. We hear his story of heroism and the selfless actions that led to him being awarded the prestigious Medal of Honor for his service in the Vietnam War. Stuntman, actor and filmmaker Ryker Sixkiller is a powerhouse in front of and behind the camera. We get a behind-the-scenes look at how he brings Native representation to the big screen. Meet Traci Sorell, an award-winning author whose inclusive writing allows new narratives to take shape and empowers Native children and families to see themselves on the page. In our Cherokee Almanac, we look back on a critical figure in our post Civil War reconstruction history, Principal Chief Lewis Downing. We explore his leadership and how he helped to heal political rifts and unite the Cherokee Nation.

Wednesday, May 8th

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Annette Luethje shares with us the joy and culture of frybread, whether it's served up in an Indian Taco or as a side at a hog fry, it's synonymous with good eatin' in Cherokee Country. We follow senior cyclist Simeon Gipson to Florida as he competes in the National Senior Games. He tells us how a diabetes diagnosis led him to now being an athlete and in the best physical shape of his life. Captain Julie Erb-Alvarez has dedicated her life to making the world a healthier place for all people. From Washington DC to Pulau, we see where her journey as an epidemiologist has taken her. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn about the construction of the Capitol Building and how it reflected our strength and prosperity through tumultuous times.

Saturday, May 11th

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Runtime: 00:28:46
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Annette Luethje shares with us the joy and culture of frybread, whether it's served up in an Indian Taco or as a side at a hog fry, it's synonymous with good eatin' in Cherokee Country. We follow senior cyclist Simeon Gipson to Florida as he competes in the National Senior Games. He tells us how a diabetes diagnosis led him to now being an athlete and in the best physical shape of his life. Captain Julie Erb-Alvarez has dedicated her life to making the world a healthier place for all people. From Washington DC to Pulau, we see where her journey as an epidemiologist has taken her. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn about the construction of the Capitol Building and how it reflected our strength and prosperity through tumultuous times.

Sunday, May 12th

3:00am on
Runtime: 00:28:46
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Annette Luethje shares with us the joy and culture of frybread, whether it's served up in an Indian Taco or as a side at a hog fry, it's synonymous with good eatin' in Cherokee Country. We follow senior cyclist Simeon Gipson to Florida as he competes in the National Senior Games. He tells us how a diabetes diagnosis led him to now being an athlete and in the best physical shape of his life. Captain Julie Erb-Alvarez has dedicated her life to making the world a healthier place for all people. From Washington DC to Pulau, we see where her journey as an epidemiologist has taken her. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn about the construction of the Capitol Building and how it reflected our strength and prosperity through tumultuous times.

9:00am on
Runtime: 00:28:46
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Annette Luethje shares with us the joy and culture of frybread, whether it's served up in an Indian Taco or as a side at a hog fry, it's synonymous with good eatin' in Cherokee Country. We follow senior cyclist Simeon Gipson to Florida as he competes in the National Senior Games. He tells us how a diabetes diagnosis led him to now being an athlete and in the best physical shape of his life. Captain Julie Erb-Alvarez has dedicated her life to making the world a healthier place for all people. From Washington DC to Pulau, we see where her journey as an epidemiologist has taken her. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn about the construction of the Capitol Building and how it reflected our strength and prosperity through tumultuous times.

Wednesday, May 15th

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We meet John David Israel, a craftsman who creates some of the world's most sought after horse bits and spurs. He shares how his passion for horsemanship has led to a treasured legacy in metal. Lily Drywater is a Cherokee fingerweaver always learning from her elders in an art form not often in the spotlight. We see She also aims to uplift her community through her voice in social justice activism. Austin Markham is a singer-songwriter from a small Cherokee Nation town making his mark in Nashville, Tennessee, telling his authentic story through music. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn about the creation and history of the Cherokee Nation?s bilingual newspaper, The Cherokee Advocate.

Saturday, May 18th

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We meet John David Israel, a craftsman who creates some of the world's most sought after horse bits and spurs. He shares how his passion for horsemanship has led to a treasured legacy in metal. Lily Drywater is a Cherokee fingerweaver always learning from her elders in an art form not often in the spotlight. We see She also aims to uplift her community through her voice in social justice activism. Austin Markham is a singer-songwriter from a small Cherokee Nation town making his mark in Nashville, Tennessee, telling his authentic story through music. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn about the creation and history of the Cherokee Nation?s bilingual newspaper, The Cherokee Advocate.

Sunday, May 19th

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We meet John David Israel, a craftsman who creates some of the world's most sought after horse bits and spurs. He shares how his passion for horsemanship has led to a treasured legacy in metal. Lily Drywater is a Cherokee fingerweaver always learning from her elders in an art form not often in the spotlight. We see She also aims to uplift her community through her voice in social justice activism. Austin Markham is a singer-songwriter from a small Cherokee Nation town making his mark in Nashville, Tennessee, telling his authentic story through music. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn about the creation and history of the Cherokee Nation?s bilingual newspaper, The Cherokee Advocate.

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Runtime: 00:28:46
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We meet John David Israel, a craftsman who creates some of the world's most sought after horse bits and spurs. He shares how his passion for horsemanship has led to a treasured legacy in metal. Lily Drywater is a Cherokee fingerweaver always learning from her elders in an art form not often in the spotlight. We see She also aims to uplift her community through her voice in social justice activism. Austin Markham is a singer-songwriter from a small Cherokee Nation town making his mark in Nashville, Tennessee, telling his authentic story through music. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn about the creation and history of the Cherokee Nation?s bilingual newspaper, The Cherokee Advocate.

Wednesday, May 22nd

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We meet Matthew Creekkiller and Jacob Foreman, two cousins taking on the sport of cornhole. Inseparable since childhood, we watch as these American Cornhole League professionals, take it to the next level. We jump into the saddle with American's singing cowgirl and Miss Rodeo USA, Jessie Lynn Nichols. She shows us around the rodeo arena and shares the importance of family and investing in others. Brad Carson has dedicated his life to bettering the lives of Oklahomans. He shares this dedication and how his political and educational career led him from the White House to his role as President of the University of Tulsa. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn how despite the promise of opportunity and prosperity, the introduction of railroads into Cherokee Nation instead brought hardship and new struggles.

Saturday, May 25th

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We meet Matthew Creekkiller and Jacob Foreman, two cousins taking on the sport of cornhole. Inseparable since childhood, we watch as these American Cornhole League professionals, take it to the next level. We jump into the saddle with American's singing cowgirl and Miss Rodeo USA, Jessie Lynn Nichols. She shows us around the rodeo arena and shares the importance of family and investing in others. Brad Carson has dedicated his life to bettering the lives of Oklahomans. He shares this dedication and how his political and educational career led him from the White House to his role as President of the University of Tulsa. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn how despite the promise of opportunity and prosperity, the introduction of railroads into Cherokee Nation instead brought hardship and new struggles.

Sunday, May 26th

3:00am on
Runtime: 00:28:46
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We meet Matthew Creekkiller and Jacob Foreman, two cousins taking on the sport of cornhole. Inseparable since childhood, we watch as these American Cornhole League professionals, take it to the next level. We jump into the saddle with American's singing cowgirl and Miss Rodeo USA, Jessie Lynn Nichols. She shows us around the rodeo arena and shares the importance of family and investing in others. Brad Carson has dedicated his life to bettering the lives of Oklahomans. He shares this dedication and how his political and educational career led him from the White House to his role as President of the University of Tulsa. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn how despite the promise of opportunity and prosperity, the introduction of railroads into Cherokee Nation instead brought hardship and new struggles.

9:00am on
Runtime: 00:28:46
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We meet Matthew Creekkiller and Jacob Foreman, two cousins taking on the sport of cornhole. Inseparable since childhood, we watch as these American Cornhole League professionals, take it to the next level. We jump into the saddle with American's singing cowgirl and Miss Rodeo USA, Jessie Lynn Nichols. She shows us around the rodeo arena and shares the importance of family and investing in others. Brad Carson has dedicated his life to bettering the lives of Oklahomans. He shares this dedication and how his political and educational career led him from the White House to his role as President of the University of Tulsa. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn how despite the promise of opportunity and prosperity, the introduction of railroads into Cherokee Nation instead brought hardship and new struggles.

Wednesday, May 29th

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Cherokee culture keeper Thomas Belt takes us on a journey of cosmic discovery on the grounds of three foundational Cherokee towns in present-day North Carolina. We explore the legacy and impact of basketweaver and Cherokee National Treasure Ella Mae Blackbear through her collectors and family. Makayla Bearpaw is a Cherokee drummer and musician to her core. We watch as she rocks out night after night while making her dream of a career in music a reality. In our Cherokee Almanac, we explore the infamous Goingsnake Tragedy and Ezekial Proctor. Often erroneously described as a "Cherokee Outlaw", we reveal the complicated truth behind Proctor, the shootout and his trial.

Saturday, June 1st

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Cherokee culture keeper Thomas Belt takes us on a journey of cosmic discovery on the grounds of three foundational Cherokee towns in present-day North Carolina. We explore the legacy and impact of basketweaver and Cherokee National Treasure Ella Mae Blackbear through her collectors and family. Makayla Bearpaw is a Cherokee drummer and musician to her core. We watch as she rocks out night after night while making her dream of a career in music a reality. In our Cherokee Almanac, we explore the infamous Goingsnake Tragedy and Ezekial Proctor. Often erroneously described as a "Cherokee Outlaw", we reveal the complicated truth behind Proctor, the shootout and his trial.

Sunday, June 2nd

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Cherokee culture keeper Thomas Belt takes us on a journey of cosmic discovery on the grounds of three foundational Cherokee towns in present-day North Carolina. We explore the legacy and impact of basketweaver and Cherokee National Treasure Ella Mae Blackbear through her collectors and family. Makayla Bearpaw is a Cherokee drummer and musician to her core. We watch as she rocks out night after night while making her dream of a career in music a reality. In our Cherokee Almanac, we explore the infamous Goingsnake Tragedy and Ezekial Proctor. Often erroneously described as a "Cherokee Outlaw", we reveal the complicated truth behind Proctor, the shootout and his trial.

9:00am on
Runtime: 00:28:46
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Cherokee culture keeper Thomas Belt takes us on a journey of cosmic discovery on the grounds of three foundational Cherokee towns in present-day North Carolina. We explore the legacy and impact of basketweaver and Cherokee National Treasure Ella Mae Blackbear through her collectors and family. Makayla Bearpaw is a Cherokee drummer and musician to her core. We watch as she rocks out night after night while making her dream of a career in music a reality. In our Cherokee Almanac, we explore the infamous Goingsnake Tragedy and Ezekial Proctor. Often erroneously described as a "Cherokee Outlaw", we reveal the complicated truth behind Proctor, the shootout and his trial.

Wednesday, June 5th

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We meet Cherokee language warrior Howard Paden whose dedicated his life to preserving the language and lifeways for his people. He perseveres daily to protect and promote the Cherokee language. Graphic artist Jeff Edwards has Cherokee language on the brain. We see how he uses the Cherokee Syllabary in his graphic design and throughout his unique, award-winning art. Cherokee advocate Mary Jean Robertson has been on the airwaves of San Francisco for 50 years making sure Native voices are heard and amplified. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn about the life of Narcissa Chisholm Owen and the impact she had on the life of her sons, the art world and the suffrage movement.

Saturday, June 8th

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We meet Cherokee language warrior Howard Paden whose dedicated his life to preserving the language and lifeways for his people. He perseveres daily to protect and promote the Cherokee language. Graphic artist Jeff Edwards has Cherokee language on the brain. We see how he uses the Cherokee Syllabary in his graphic design and throughout his unique, award-winning art. Cherokee advocate Mary Jean Robertson has been on the airwaves of San Francisco for 50 years making sure Native voices are heard and amplified. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn about the life of Narcissa Chisholm Owen and the impact she had on the life of her sons, the art world and the suffrage movement.

Sunday, June 9th

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We meet Cherokee language warrior Howard Paden whose dedicated his life to preserving the language and lifeways for his people. He perseveres daily to protect and promote the Cherokee language. Graphic artist Jeff Edwards has Cherokee language on the brain. We see how he uses the Cherokee Syllabary in his graphic design and throughout his unique, award-winning art. Cherokee advocate Mary Jean Robertson has been on the airwaves of San Francisco for 50 years making sure Native voices are heard and amplified. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn about the life of Narcissa Chisholm Owen and the impact she had on the life of her sons, the art world and the suffrage movement.

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Runtime: 00:28:46
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We meet Cherokee language warrior Howard Paden whose dedicated his life to preserving the language and lifeways for his people. He perseveres daily to protect and promote the Cherokee language. Graphic artist Jeff Edwards has Cherokee language on the brain. We see how he uses the Cherokee Syllabary in his graphic design and throughout his unique, award-winning art. Cherokee advocate Mary Jean Robertson has been on the airwaves of San Francisco for 50 years making sure Native voices are heard and amplified. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn about the life of Narcissa Chisholm Owen and the impact she had on the life of her sons, the art world and the suffrage movement.

Wednesday, June 12th

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We meet novelist and Pulitzer Prize finalist Margaret Verble whose historical fiction work is inspired by the lives and locations of Cherokee country?s past. Rebecca Jim is a lifelong environmentalist and water protector for Tar Creek, one of the most heavily-polluted waterways in the United States. We see how her kinship and connection to the land and water has shaped her life's work. The red wolf is the most endangered wolf species in the world and it holds significant value to the Cherokee people. Learn about the Cherokee connection to this species and how conservationists are working to save it from extinction. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn about the Saline Courthouse and its history as the last remaining original district courthouse and the tragic mystery surrounding what became known as the Saline Massacre.

Saturday, June 15th

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We meet novelist and Pulitzer Prize finalist Margaret Verble whose historical fiction work is inspired by the lives and locations of Cherokee country?s past. Rebecca Jim is a lifelong environmentalist and water protector for Tar Creek, one of the most heavily-polluted waterways in the United States. We see how her kinship and connection to the land and water has shaped her life's work. The red wolf is the most endangered wolf species in the world and it holds significant value to the Cherokee people. Learn about the Cherokee connection to this species and how conservationists are working to save it from extinction. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn about the Saline Courthouse and its history as the last remaining original district courthouse and the tragic mystery surrounding what became known as the Saline Massacre.

Sunday, June 16th

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We meet novelist and Pulitzer Prize finalist Margaret Verble whose historical fiction work is inspired by the lives and locations of Cherokee country?s past. Rebecca Jim is a lifelong environmentalist and water protector for Tar Creek, one of the most heavily-polluted waterways in the United States. We see how her kinship and connection to the land and water has shaped her life's work. The red wolf is the most endangered wolf species in the world and it holds significant value to the Cherokee people. Learn about the Cherokee connection to this species and how conservationists are working to save it from extinction. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn about the Saline Courthouse and its history as the last remaining original district courthouse and the tragic mystery surrounding what became known as the Saline Massacre.

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Runtime: 00:28:46
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We meet novelist and Pulitzer Prize finalist Margaret Verble whose historical fiction work is inspired by the lives and locations of Cherokee country?s past. Rebecca Jim is a lifelong environmentalist and water protector for Tar Creek, one of the most heavily-polluted waterways in the United States. We see how her kinship and connection to the land and water has shaped her life's work. The red wolf is the most endangered wolf species in the world and it holds significant value to the Cherokee people. Learn about the Cherokee connection to this species and how conservationists are working to save it from extinction. In our Cherokee Almanac, we learn about the Saline Courthouse and its history as the last remaining original district courthouse and the tragic mystery surrounding what became known as the Saline Massacre.

Wednesday, June 19th

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Kelsey Samuels serves the survivors of domestic abuse and shares how important it is support and honor the women in our Cherokee communities and throughout Northeastern Oklahoma. Plants are medicine in Cherokee culture and a small group of traditional Cherokee elders called the Medicine Keepers are doing what they can to protect sacred plants and preserve that knowledge for future generations. John Guthrie is an artist and advocate of equine therapy with a twist - tiny horses! We follow along as John provides inspiration for his community through canvas and with his animal friends. In our Cherokee Almanac, we explore the life of Cherokee Freedman and civic pioneer, Joseph "Stick" Ross whose leadership and commitment to community left an indelible legacy throughout Cherokee Nation.

Saturday, June 22nd

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Kelsey Samuels serves the survivors of domestic abuse and shares how important it is support and honor the women in our Cherokee communities and throughout Northeastern Oklahoma. Plants are medicine in Cherokee culture and a small group of traditional Cherokee elders called the Medicine Keepers are doing what they can to protect sacred plants and preserve that knowledge for future generations. John Guthrie is an artist and advocate of equine therapy with a twist - tiny horses! We follow along as John provides inspiration for his community through canvas and with his animal friends. In our Cherokee Almanac, we explore the life of Cherokee Freedman and civic pioneer, Joseph "Stick" Ross whose leadership and commitment to community left an indelible legacy throughout Cherokee Nation.

Sunday, June 23rd

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Kelsey Samuels serves the survivors of domestic abuse and shares how important it is support and honor the women in our Cherokee communities and throughout Northeastern Oklahoma. Plants are medicine in Cherokee culture and a small group of traditional Cherokee elders called the Medicine Keepers are doing what they can to protect sacred plants and preserve that knowledge for future generations. John Guthrie is an artist and advocate of equine therapy with a twist - tiny horses! We follow along as John provides inspiration for his community through canvas and with his animal friends. In our Cherokee Almanac, we explore the life of Cherokee Freedman and civic pioneer, Joseph "Stick" Ross whose leadership and commitment to community left an indelible legacy throughout Cherokee Nation.

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Kelsey Samuels serves the survivors of domestic abuse and shares how important it is support and honor the women in our Cherokee communities and throughout Northeastern Oklahoma. Plants are medicine in Cherokee culture and a small group of traditional Cherokee elders called the Medicine Keepers are doing what they can to protect sacred plants and preserve that knowledge for future generations. John Guthrie is an artist and advocate of equine therapy with a twist - tiny horses! We follow along as John provides inspiration for his community through canvas and with his animal friends. In our Cherokee Almanac, we explore the life of Cherokee Freedman and civic pioneer, Joseph "Stick" Ross whose leadership and commitment to community left an indelible legacy throughout Cherokee Nation.

Wednesday, June 26th

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Thaddeus Strassberger is making a name for himself in the wide world of opera. We go backstage to see how he immerses himself in the craft and skill of stage design and direction. Kristin Treager has led a life of twists and turns. We buckle up and go along for the ride to hear how she went from champion professional race car driving to the court room. Visual artist Brenda Mallory uses reclaimed objects, textiles and beeswax to create her works of art. We join her as she salvages items and explores and refines her organic process. In our Cherokee Almanac, we take a look back at "Oklahoma's favorite son" and the events that led to Will Rogers' national fame.

Saturday, June 29th

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Thaddeus Strassberger is making a name for himself in the wide world of opera. We go backstage to see how he immerses himself in the craft and skill of stage design and direction. Kristin Treager has led a life of twists and turns. We buckle up and go along for the ride to hear how she went from champion professional race car driving to the court room. Visual artist Brenda Mallory uses reclaimed objects, textiles and beeswax to create her works of art. We join her as she salvages items and explores and refines her organic process. In our Cherokee Almanac, we take a look back at "Oklahoma's favorite son" and the events that led to Will Rogers' national fame.

Sunday, June 30th

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Thaddeus Strassberger is making a name for himself in the wide world of opera. We go backstage to see how he immerses himself in the craft and skill of stage design and direction. Kristin Treager has led a life of twists and turns. We buckle up and go along for the ride to hear how she went from champion professional race car driving to the court room. Visual artist Brenda Mallory uses reclaimed objects, textiles and beeswax to create her works of art. We join her as she salvages items and explores and refines her organic process. In our Cherokee Almanac, we take a look back at "Oklahoma's favorite son" and the events that led to Will Rogers' national fame.

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Runtime: 00:28:46
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Thaddeus Strassberger is making a name for himself in the wide world of opera. We go backstage to see how he immerses himself in the craft and skill of stage design and direction. Kristin Treager has led a life of twists and turns. We buckle up and go along for the ride to hear how she went from champion professional race car driving to the court room. Visual artist Brenda Mallory uses reclaimed objects, textiles and beeswax to create her works of art. We join her as she salvages items and explores and refines her organic process. In our Cherokee Almanac, we take a look back at "Oklahoma's favorite son" and the events that led to Will Rogers' national fame.

Wednesday, July 3rd

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We look back at the administration of Principal Chief Ross Swimmer and learn how he helped lay the groundwork for the Cherokee Nation we know today. Coleman Proctor is not just any rodeo cowboy, he's a six-time qualifier for the National Finals Rodeo. We saddle up and watch him work to improve his skills for a shot at a world championship title. What it means to be Cherokee can differ from person to person. We look at the history, ideals and values that define Cherokee Nation and how our tribe continues to thrive while maintaining its strong identity. In our Cherokee Almanac, we explore the complicated and even devastating effects Oklahoma statehood had on Cherokee Nation.

Saturday, July 6th

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We look back at the administration of Principal Chief Ross Swimmer and learn how he helped lay the groundwork for the Cherokee Nation we know today. Coleman Proctor is not just any rodeo cowboy, he's a six-time qualifier for the National Finals Rodeo. We saddle up and watch him work to improve his skills for a shot at a world championship title. What it means to be Cherokee can differ from person to person. We look at the history, ideals and values that define Cherokee Nation and how our tribe continues to thrive while maintaining its strong identity. In our Cherokee Almanac, we explore the complicated and even devastating effects Oklahoma statehood had on Cherokee Nation.