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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

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A Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Movement Update

In recent years, the topic of MMIWG has been thrust into the spotlight by activists, demanding change and awareness for their missing and murdered Indigenous sisters.

Delton Cox retirement ceremony

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Delton Cox celebrates retirement

Long-time Tribal Councilman, Delton Cox retires.

Betty Karbo and family

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Michigan Choctaw preserves memories of Trail of Tears Walks

Betty Karbo of Cadillac, Michigan, has traveled to Tvshka Homma yearly since 1992 to attend the Choctaw Nation Trail of Tears Walks.

Chief Gregory E. Pyle Tribal Complex

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Old Choctaw Headquarters dedicated to late Chief Pyle

On May 13, the Choctaw Nation honored former Chief Gregory E. Pyle with the dedication of the old Choctaw Nation Headquarters building.

Talimena Drive

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Take in the views and soak up the sun on your next road trip through Choctaw Country: Part 3

The Biskinik road trip series continues with a drive through scenic Talihina, food and wine near McAlester leading to the final stop with several vibrant opportunities in Durant.

Trail of Tears Walk

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Remembering the Trail of Tears

Many Choctaw tribal members and friends traveled to Tvshka Homma April 30, for the 2022 Trail of Tears Walk.

Rachel Risner

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Risner inspires others while staying true to her roots

Rachel Risner has not been one to be satisfied with minimal requirements for her nursing career and is going all the way to the top to ensure that she is making a positive impact on her patients and nursing students.