. Out with Oklahoma Flag; Cherokee Nation Flag Takes Prominence on Its Reservation « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NATIVE NEWS ONLINE – The executive order notes that the Oklahoma flag “should not ordinarily be displayed” on Cherokee Nation property or at Cherokee Nation public events, but also outlines when the state flag can or should be displayed. As leader of Indian Country’s largest tribe, Hoskin said it is time for the Cherokee Nation to show its strength and determination when it comes to tribal sovereignty. Hoskin is quick to clarify that Wednesday’s order is not the result of frayed feelings between the Cherokee Nation and the state of Oklahoma.


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