Dr. Richard Littlebear, President of Chief Dull Knife College in Lame Deer, MT recently visited the Cheyenne & Arapaho Dept. of Education in Concho. Spiced with a bit of humor, Dr. Littlebear brought a fresh northern perspective on preserving the Cheyenne language and helpful ways we can infuse the language into our lives. Below is a video excerpt from that morning. The full 58 minute video which is now airing on CATV 47 can be seen at: http://vimeo.com/90050375
This video is about Short Version
Join us on Thursday April 3rd at 6:00pm when we will premiere "Native Oklahoma" at the Native Media Summit at the Gaylord College of Journalism & Mass Communications on the OU Campus in Norman, OK.
Register now here: https://gaylordcollege.wufoo.com/forms/native-media-summit-2014/
"Native Oklahoma" is the pilot TV Show developed by OETA, CATV47 and the 7 Native American Tribes that chose to participate in this effort, which were : Cherokee, Choctaw Cheyenne and Arapaho, Kiowa, Osage and Ponca tribes . After the premiere at the Native Media Summit , "Native Oklahoma" will air on OETA on these dates and times
4/10 at 7pm
4/15 at 9:30pm
4/24 at 7pm
4/27 at 11:30pm
Governor Mary Fallin's Daughter wears a Native American War Bonnet for a photo.
With Christina Fallin's now-infamous warbonnet pic making national news, KOKH FOX 25 paid the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes a visit to better understand the controversy. KOKH spoke with Gordon Yelllowman, interim director of the C&A Education Dept, and Veronica Bruesch, with the STEP program for two different views on the subject.
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin's daughter Christina Fallin wore a Native American War Bonnet in a photo shoot.
Watch the story with Chief Gordon Yellowman's response on KOKH FOX 25 tonight March 7th at 9pm and 10pm