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Charles Red Corn: Soft spoken, gentle, kind, family man, author, servant of his people

There was a reoccurring theme throughout the four days of mourning for Osage author Charles Red Corn: soft spoken, gentle and kind.

Charles Red Corn Obituary

Charles Red Corn was born June 21, 1936, and died peacefully at his home, surrounded by family on Sunday, July 23, 2017.

AARP Oklahoma honors five Osage elders at annual celebration

Photo caption: From left: Risë Supernaw Proctor, Jeri Redcorn, Cecelia Tallchief, Judge Marvin...

Friends and Family at First Americans Museum opening

I usually hold my breath when I go into the visitor center at historic sites. I remember how York, the only Black member of the Lewis & Clark expedition, was represented at Devil’s Tower Visitors Center. The events at the Whitman Mission National Historic Site at Waiilatpu near Walla Walla in far eastern Washington state were luridly dramatized without context when I first visited. I remember Sitka’s Sheldon Jackson Museum and the thousands of items the early missionary collected from Alaska Natives.

Artists to Create Large-Scale Public Art at First Americans Museum

Photo caption: Jeri Redcorn, Caddo, has been chosen to create a large-scale work of public art for the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City. Courtesy Photo

The Beauty of Native Voices

Osages are well represented in Native Voices: Indigenous American Poetry, Craft and Conversations, an anthology published by Tupelo Press this year. Esteemed Osage poet Carter Revard wrote an introduction to the volume that includes 44 indigenous poets ranging from Craig Santos Perez (Chamoru) to dg nanouk okpik (Inupiaq-Innuit) and includes poets living in Japan like Michael Wasson (Nimíipuu) and Uruguay as Chip Livingston (Mvskoke) does.  

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