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Families are Sacred Summit

The Cherokee Nation will host the first-ever Families are Sacred Summit on April 18-20. The summit will help tribal nations and local, state, and federal law enforcement and service providers learn best practices that deliver safe, effective services for victims of domestic violence, help increase successful prosecutions, and reduce crime across all tribal reservations. Learn more and register at www.familiesaresacred.com.

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Durbin Feeling Language Center

Cherokee speakers from across the United States gathered with Cherokee Nation leaders for the grand opening of the tribe’s new, historic $20 million Durbin Feeling Language Center. The 52,000-square-foot building in Tahlequah will house all of the Cherokee Nation’s growing language programs under one roof.

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Seating the Cherokee Delegate

Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. testified before the United States House of Representatives Committee on Rules, reminding the United States of the binding commitment it made nearly 200 years ago, during the first-ever hearing on the Cherokee Nation’s treaty-mandated delegate.

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Career Readiness Campus

Cherokee Nation officially broke ground on a $10 million, state-of-the-art Career Readiness Campus southwest of Tahlequah. The campus will be the home of the new Cherokee Nation Building Trades Program and will provide space for expanding training opportunities in the construction field such as electrical, plumbing, masonry and HVAC.