Thursday, February 6, 2020
How Oklahoma’s identification of gifted Native students could serve as a national model
Most states don't discover gifted Native American students but Oklahoma has been able to buck that trend.
At the Cherokee Nation Seed Bank in Tahlequah, Okla., a vital part of the tribe’s history is kept frozen.
Opposition to the state question comes from multiple sources, but a diverse coalition urging a ‘no’ vote is united by a shared concern: water.
It’s actually the federal government shouldering the financial burden for the program, and others like it on the local level.
Cherokee Nation Chief Bill John Baker told the paper building the largest wind farm of its kind on tribal land would be good for jobs, energy independence, and the environment: