For November, Biskinik is highlighting the successes of Choctaw Nation tribal members for Native American Heritage Month.
Choctaw Nation delegation travels to France to commemorate WWI battle and honor Choctaw Code Talkers.
Rachael Youngman is the creator and host of the podcast Native ChocTalk. She interviews individuals from all tribes who wish to share their stories, ancestral history, traditions and cultural information.
Payton Talbot broke the bantamweight record for most significant strikes in the history of Dana White’s Contender Series and signs contract with UFC.
Saige Maxville exemplifies what it means to be a Choctaw warrior but has been on a complex medical journey that few would ever suspect.
CNO tribal member working to aid Denver Native American Community through Equal Justice Works Fellowship
Isabel Dufford plans to use her law degree to provide direct representation, education and advocacy for the Native American community in Denver in family law matters.
Cindy knew she was destined to be a teacher when she was a little girl playing school with her dolls and stuffed animals. As an adult, she put that dream aside to focus on other pursuits, but she always felt the call of the classroom. In 2019, she achieved her goal to finish her degree in education by the time she turned 50.
The first four apprentices in the Chahta Anumpa Aiikhvna Apprentice Program were recognized as fluent speakers of the Choctaw language.
Anita Marshall uses her life experiences to bring inclusivity to the geoscience field. She is also the leader of a unique field course and mentoring program called GeoSPACE, which addresses the accessibility and inclusivity of fieldwork.
Gavin Marshall, a freshman on the 2023 University of Oklahoma roster, has a deep-rooted connection to the university. His parents, sister, grandmother and both great-grandparents all attended OU. His great-grandfather, John Curtis Berry, played lineman for the Sooners in the 1930s.
Angela Theobald and her family run a working cattle ranch in Peeltown, Texas, outside of Dallas, that Theobald started from scratch. By day, Theobald works as a nurse and is working toward her nurse practitioner license (AGPCNP) by night.
Jake Boyd brings specialized training to protect children to the Choctaw Nation and Indian Country.
Dr. Amanda Chisum Price brings national attention to the work being done in the Choctaw Nation.
Gregg Wadley was honored with a Distinguished Service Award during the First Americans Museum's annual gala in Oklahoma City.
As we enter the holiday season the Choctaw Nation shows what the Chahta Spirit of Faith, Family and Culture truly means.
Within any body of religious believers, there is the danger of extremism and fanatism, which lead to injustice and oppression. The antidote for Christians is to reach for a fuller and truer faith in Jesus Christ.