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Indian Times: Cherokee Nation Responds to Freedmen Dispute (Mar 28, 2008)
On "Indian Times" this weekend, Cherokee Nation spokesperson Mike Miller talks about the Freedmen issue, and the possible consequences of tribal termination for Cherokee and non-Cherokee Oklahomans. Also, KGOU's Kurt Gwartney reports on the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma receiving a $250,000 grant from the US Fish and Wildlife Service for the further management of its Grey Snowy Eagle House, a rehab for the birds.

Upcoming native events include the Miss Indian OU Pageant, to be held Monday, March 31 in the University of Oklahoma's Meacham Auditorium. All are invited. For more information call Lindy Waters at 325-1468.

The OU Native American Student, Alumni, Faculty & Staff Art show is accepting artwork through Friday, April 4th at the Jacobson House in Norman. For more information call 366-1667 or Susan at 325-1133.

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