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2022 ELECTION COVERAGE

Tribal sovereignty is on the ballot in Oklahoma this year.

The deadline to register to vote in the Oklahoma General Election is October 14.
Find voter registration events near you at RockTheNativeVote.com
Election Day is November 8.

INTRODUCING: STEALING TVLSE

“Stealing Tvlse” is a collaborative effort between VNN Oklahoma and the Lucinda Hickory Research Institute to spotlight crimes committed against Muscogee citizens during the Allotment era and how those crimes still impact Muscogee citizens today.

“Stealing Tvlse” will spotlight crimes committed against Muscogee citizens during the Allotment Era and how those crimes still impact Muscogee citizens today.

An Indian girl dead at thirteen years old, just eight months after a newspaper reported her land held an estimated 20 million in gas.

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