We have always been a nation of strong people and, in turn, a strong nation because of our people,” said Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby during his annual State of the Nation address Oct. 2.
Artists, elders, creators and craftspeople were among the culture-bearers honored during the virtual Chickasaw Nation Arts and Culture Award ceremony conducted Sept. 30, and currently available to view online at AnnualMeeting.Chickasaw.net.
Five Chickasaw Nation officials elected during the Aug. 3 general election were sworn into office Friday, Oct. 1.
The 2021 Southeastern Art Show and Market (SEASAM) and SEASAM Youth will begin Oct. 1.
Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby understood that the history of his people had for centuries been written almost exclusively by non-Chickasaw authors.
As part of the Chickasaw Annual Meeting and Festival virtual gathering, the Chickasaw Nation remembered and honored 70 Chickasaw citizens and employees who passed in 2021 with a virtual service 7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 28.
Faithlyn Seawright’s talent for winning First American princess pageants continued unabated as she was crowned 2021-22 Chickasaw Princess.
During the Chickasaw Annual Meeting and Festival, the Chickasaw Nation has made a virtual tour of the Chickasaw Cultural Center’s Aaholiitobli' Honor Garden available to the public. The virtual tour can be viewed at AnnualMeeting.Chickasaw.net.
The Chickasaw Princess Pageant for 2021-2022 will take place at 7 p.m., Monday, Sept. 27.
Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby announced in an update to citizens that the 2021 Chickasaw Annual Meeting and Festival would be virtual.