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Sarah Adams-Cornell

Activist Promoting Native American Rights, Education and Culture

Sarah Adams-Cornell is an activist promoting Native American rights, education, and culture, as well as LGBTQ rights in the Oklahoma City Metropolitan area. Sarah is an advocate for Native American…

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Rebecca Adamson

Cherokee Businessperson and Advocate. She is former director, former president, and founder of First Nations Development Institute and the founder of First Peoples Worldwide

Rebecca Adamson, a Cherokee, is the founder and president of First Nations Development Institute. She has worked directly with grassroots tribal communities and as a national advocate of local tribal…

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Great Promise of American Indians

Traditions of all American Indians, historic and modern

Red Voices in the Schools brings Indian artists to schools and classrooms to explain and present the traditions of all American Indians, historic and modern. Programs are available to schools…

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Keitos Hoop Dancers and Native American Education

Hoop Dancers and Native American Dance and Education

Hoop Dancers and Native American Dance and Education is a cultural entertainment company. They provide entertainment to schools/universities. We specialize in hoop dancers, musical, cultural dance performances, and artisans. We…

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Adam Beach

Actor and Star of the Academy Award-Nominated film "Flags of Our Fathers"

Adam Beach is a Canadian-born actor whose illustrious career continues to traverse screens both small and large. He will next be seen heavily recurring in BIG LOVEs fourth season on…

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Anand Bhatt

Native American Singer-Songwriter and Actor

Named one of the Top 5 Indian-Americans to watch in Hollywood, Anand Bhatt [pronounced ONN-INN BOTT] was born in Chicago. He is the younger child of two children from a…

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Ashley Callingbull

Actress, Motivational Speaker and Winner Mrs. Universe 2015

Ashley Callingbull, Cree First Nations woman from the Enoch Cree Nation in the province of Alberta. She is very devoted to her culture and people, and takes pride in her…

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Andrea Carmen

The Executive Director of the International Indian Treaty Council

Andrea Carmen, Yaqui Indian Nation, has been a staff member of the International Indian Treaty Council (IITC) since 1983 and IITC’s Executive Director since 1992. In 1977, IITC was the…

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Larry Spotted Crow Mann

Award-Winning Author, Poet, Musician and Native American Cultural Educator is a member of the Nipmuc Tribal Nation

Larry Spotted Crow Mann, is a internationally acclaimed writer, poet, cultural educator, Traditional Story Teller, tribal drummer/dancer and motivational speaker involving youth sobriety, cultural and environmental awareness. Mann is also…

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The Native Spirit Dancers

Leader in Native American Dance, Music, Entertainment and Education

Native Spirit Dancers is a cultural entertainment company. They provide entertainment to companies, corporation, public events, schools/universities, and private events. We specialize in musical, cultural dance performances, and artisans. We…

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Gary “Litefoot” Davis

Native American Actor, Rap Artist, Speaker and Entrepreneur

Gary “Litefoot” Davis is an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. For over two decades, he’s meshed his talents as an artist and entrepreneur with his passion to…

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Larry Echo Hawk

Legal Scholar and Politician. Echo Hawk joined the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama as the United States Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Indian Affairs

Larry Echo Hawk presently serves as Special Counsel for the Governor and Attorney General of Utah for Indian Affairs. He is also an Emeritus General Authority of the Church of…

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Walter Echo-Hawk

Native American Speaker, Author and Attorney

Walter Echo-Hawk worked at the epicenter of this social movement and was instrumental in the passage of landmark laws such as the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (1990)…

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John E. Echohawk

Member of the Pawnee Tribe of Oklahoma, is the Executive Director of the Native American Rights Fund

John Echohawk, Pawnee, is the Executive Director of the Native American Rights Fund. He was the first graduate of the University of New Mexico’s special program to train Indian lawyers,…

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Louise Erdrich

Author Widely Acclaimed as One of the Most Significant Writers of the Second Wave of the Native American Renaissance; Known for "The Plague of Doves" and "The Round House"

Louise Erdrich is the author of fourteen novels as well as volumes of poetry, short stories, children's books, and a memoir of early motherhood. Her novel "The Round House" won…

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