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Topic - Bill Anoatubby
Political leaders, Native American tribal members, scholars and community members gathered Friday to dedicate a statue of a renowned Chickasaw storyteller who broke stereotypes over her six-decade career.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin joined with the leader of one of the state's most powerful Indian tribes on Monday in an effort to convince House Republicans to support a $40 million plan to complete a massive Native American museum in Oklahoma City.
He says their commitment to sharing tribal history, culture and history epitomizes the spirit and perseverance of the Chickasaw people.
Chickasaw Nation Gov. Bill Anoatubby, who will also attend, says the inductees have made significant contributions to the tribe and the larger community.