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Indian Times: How the Cherokee Nation maintains freedom of the press (Apr 19, 2009)
This week on Indian Times, Cherokee Phoenix Editor Bryan Pollard (pictured at left) sits down to discuss how his newspaper maintains its freedom of the press. Pollard has worked at the Cherokee Phoenix for six years, the last two as its editor, and is a member of the Cherokee Nation. It is a monthly publication but does publish daily to its website

Here are some upcoming native events:
The American Indian Prevention Services conference will take place this week on Monday, April 20th and Tuesday, the 21st at the Embassy Suites in Norman. Mention this radio show ?Indian Times? and they will waive your registration fee. For more information call the American Indian Institute at 405-325-4127 or visit American Indian Institute

The second episode of the series We Shall Remain will air Monday night on PBS. This week?s show is called ?Tecumseh?s Vision? and begins at 8pm on OETA.

Native American author Sherman Alexie will be at the Central Library in Tulsa at 7pm on Thursday, April 23rd. For more information call 918-596-7977.

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