OKC celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day at the First Americans Museum


YEAH ABIGAIL IS SR THAT CELEBRATIONS AND SO MANY ACTIVITIES HAVE EVERYTHING AT THE HEART OF THE FIRST AMERICAN MUSEUM AS THE CITY OF OKLAHOMA CELEBRATES ABORIGINAL PEOP’E DAY. FOR THE CURRENT YEARS WE ARE THRILLED WITH THE PARTICIPATION TODAY THE FIRST AMERICAN MUSEUM IN OKLAHOMA CITY OPENS ITS DOORS JUST A FEW WEEKS AGO. THIS IS OUR FIRST OPPORTUNITY TO LODGE SINCE WE OPEN THE LAST MONTH A CELEBRATION WITH DANCE AND HOLIDAY PROCLAMATION. WHAT IS NOW KNOWN AS OKLAHAOM STATE FINALLY BECAME THE HOME OF 39 FEDERALLY RECOGNIZED TRIBES RECOGNIZING INDIGENOUS POPULATIONS. IT IS NICE TO HAVE A PLACE TO GO TO AND BE REPRESENTED. AND FOR OUR SHARED STORIES AND SO FIRST AMERICANS MUSEUM TO BE A PERFECT BATHROCK FOR JENNY UNDERWOOD MARTIKENG AND COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER TO FAM AND COMANCHE MEMBER NAONTI SAYS TODAY IS SIGNIFICANT. IT GIVES US AN OPPORTUNITY AND A MOMENT TO TAKE A BREAK AND RECOGNIZE THE CONTRIBUTIONS INDIGENOUS PEOPLES MAKE TO OUR COMMUNITY AND OUR WORLD. HONAW NEXT DAY IS SO CRITICAL FOR EDUCATION. THIS IS REALLY A TIME OR A COMMUNITY TO COME. TOGETHER TO ASK QUESTIONS TO BE IN DIALOGUE WITH ONE TO SPREAD THESE MYTHS OF DISCOVERY, YOU KNOW, INDIGENOUS PEOPLE HAVE BEEN HERE LONG BEFORE COLOMB WAS LOST. THEREFORE HAVING A PLACE LIKE THE FIRST AMERICAN MUSEUM WHERE HE ENBE BUILT FROM THE EARTH BY INDIGENOUS AND THINKERS AND CURATORS AND IT IS AN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT KIND OF EXPERIENCE. AND THERE IS STILL A LOT OF TIME TO GET OUT START. AT 7 STACK. THERE WILL BE A DISCUSSION PANEL TALKING ABOUT INDIGENOUS REPRESENTATION IN POPULAR CULTURE. YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS. WE ALSO SEE SEOM KIDDOS HERE PLAYING CORNHOLE. IT’S A BEAUTIFUL NIGHT FOR

Oklahoma City Celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day at First Americans Museum

The museum opened just a few weeks ago.

Oklahoma City celebrated Indigenous Peoples Day Monday at the newly opened First Americans Museum. manufacturing arrives at the opening of the First Americans Museum The museum opened just a few weeks ago. “This is our first opportunity to host him since we opened last month,” said Underwood. holidays, recognizing Indigenous peoples. >> Related: Much hope for what will happen with the opening of the First Americans Museum “It’s nice to have a place to go, to be represented and to share our story, ”Underwood said. “So the First Americans Museum is a perfect backdrop for this.” Underwood, a member of the Comanche Nation, told KOCO 5 that Indigenous Peoples Day is important. “This gives us the opportunity and a moment to pause and recognize the contributions of Indigenous peoples in our community, in our world,” Underwood said. >> Have you seen? Leonardo DiCaprio makes a surprise visit to First Americans Museum in Oklahoma CitySarah Adams-Cornell, co-founder of The Matriarch Group and a member of the Choctaw Nation, explained that this day is crucial for education. discovery, you know, that indigenous people were here long before Columbus got lost, ”Adams-Cornell said.“ Having a place like the First Americans Museum, where it was built from scratch by people natives, thinkers and conservatives, and that’s a whole different kind of experience. ”

Oklahoma City celebrated Indigenous Peoples Day on Monday at the all-new First Americans Museum.

“We are thrilled with the participation today,” said Jenny Underwood, Marketing and Communications Manager at the First Americans Museum.

>> Related: A day that has been brewing for decades arrives with the opening of the First Americans Museum

The museum opened just a few weeks ago.

“This is our first opportunity to host him since we opened last month,” said Underwood.

On Monday, the museum held a celebration with dance and proclamation of the holiday, recognizing the indigenous peoples.

>> Related: Much hope for what will come with the opening of the First Americans Museum

“It’s nice to have a place to go, to be represented and to share our story,” Underwood said. “So the First Americans Museum is a perfect backdrop for this.”

Underwood, a member of the Comanche Nation, told KOCO 5 that Indigenous Peoples Day is important.

“It gives us an opportunity and a moment to pause and recognize the contributions of Indigenous peoples in our community, in our world,” Underwood said.

>> Have you seen? Leonardo DiCaprio makes surprise visit to First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City

Sarah Adams-Cornell, co-founder of the Matriarch group and a member of the Choctaw Nation, explained that this day is crucial for education.

“This is really the time for the community to come together, to ask questions, to have a dialogue with each other, to dispel some of these myths of discovery, you know, that indigenous people were here long before Columbus. don’t get lost, ”Adams said. -Cornell said. “To have a place like the First Americans Museum, where it was built from the ground up by indigenous people, thinkers and curators, and that’s a whole different kind of experience.”

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