Self-Governance, Great Leadership

Neal McCaleb, Ambassador At-Large, Chickasaw Nation

Neal McCaleb, Ambassador at Large for the Chickasaw Nation, talks about how sovereignty has become a reality in a short period of time, and how the Chickasaws have taken control of their own destiny.

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Reestablishing Indian Self-Governance

Neal McCaleb, Ambassador At-Large, Chickasaw Nation
In 1898 tribes were stripped of any right to control their own affairs.

First Election in Indian Territory

Jeannie Barbour
Jeannie Barbour cites the momentous election at Pennington Creek, now a landmark in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area.

What President Nixon Did for Native People

Lisa Billy
Lisa reflects on the impact of the Self Determination Act of 1975, which his leadership brought about.

Governor Bill Anoatubby's Vision

Andrea Bahner
Strong, visionary leadership in Governor Bill Anoatubby has been key to the Chickasaw Nation's progressive business growth.

Progressive Leadership with a Mission

Bill Lance, Secretary of Commerce
Strong leadership and vision have paved the road to success for the Chickasaw Nation.

What is Self-Governance?

Thomas John, Undersecretary of Community Services, Department of Community Services, Chickasaw Nation
Self-governance is an exercise of sovereignty, but it's more than that.