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We are Native
But we are more than all of these things. We are Choctaw Proud.
Anyone can be Choctaw Proud. The Choctaw Proud are humble, appreciative people who value faith, family and culture. We honor the past, live in the present and look to the future. We are resilient people, overcoming adversity with grace and dignity. Those who are Choctaw Proud work hard to be successful and give back to their communities.
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Living out the Chahta spirit of faith, family and culture.
Chief Gary Batton and Asst. Chief Jack Austin, Jr.
To the Choctaw proud, ours is the sovereign nation offering opportunities for growth and prosperity.
The Choctaw Cultural Center is planning another first, a dinner for couples on Valentine's Day. The Choctaw Cultural Center will host the Chi Hullo Li Dinner, Choctaw for "I love you," on Tuesday, Feb. 14 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the center's Champuli Café. The café's staff will be on hand to cook and serve for up to 35 couples.
Tribes like the Choctaw Nation recognize the importance of preserving the stories of their elder for future generations and recorded history.
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This month will focus on the art of silversmithing and feature a family who works to honor this tradition by passing on their generational knowledge.
The Choctaw Nation Family Medicine Residency program (CNFMR), located in Talihina, Oklahoma, has improved Oklahoma's difficulties in recruiting and retaining physicians in rural areas.
Community centers are a vital resource to the tribal members across the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma reservation area.
Eating disorders like anorexia, bulimia and binge-eating disorder are serious conditions that affect the lives of many Americans and their families every year.