Cherokee freedmen meeting set

Monday, 30 June 2008
The Freedmen Band of Cherokee nation of Oklahoma will hold its next meeting Saturday July 19 2008 at the West Side Community Center, 501 S Bucy in Bartlesville Oklahoma.

The meeting will begain at 12:15pm.  The organization educates freedmen tribal members and the general public on their rights and responsibilities as tribal members. Band officers Marilyn Vann and Vera Jones will update meeting attendants on their recent trip to Washington DC to visit members of Congress to request support for legislation supprting the freedmens rights.

The special speaker for the meeting will be John Gomez, a former Pechanga Nation tribal official who is currently President of the American Indian Rights and Resources Organization (AIRRO), an organization which fights for the rights of California Indians who have been disenrolled as citizens of California Indian tribes in violation of federal, state, and or Indian nation tribal law.
The meeting is free and open to the general public.  Meeting attendants are asked to bring a "covered dish" to share with the other meeting attendants.  For more information contact  Mr Riley 918-331-3535 or or Mrs Vann: 405-818-5360 or e-mail

Last Updated ( Monday, 30 June 2008 )