With a Return to Self-Governance, Renaissance

Jeannie Barbour

Native American people making decisions for themselves has resulted in the increase in cultural activity and innovation that the Chickasaw Nation is currently experiencing. Jeannie Barbour, Creative Development Director of the Department of Chickasaw Nation Communications & Community Development, cites the Chickasaw Press book, "Renaissance," as evidence.


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