Tribes Pushing Minimum Wage Higher

Though the minimum wage remains at $7.25 per hour for most Oklahomans, several tribal nations pay more or have boosted their entry-level wage above the federal level, a move that could cause the Oklahoma Legislature to take another look at the issue.
The wage boosts have occurred over the past few years, even as state lawmakers were working on legislation to prevent minimum wage increases.

Ancient burial mounds get state historical marker


FRANKLIN – The ancient Native American burial mounds near Franklin’s Westhaven subdivision will get a state historical marker this weekend.

Officials from Westhaven developer Southern Land Co. and state historical experts will officially unveil the new sign at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 20.

Historians believe Woodland Indians built four burial mounds around 200 A.D. in a spot that today adjoins the Westhaven Golf Course near Highway 96 West.

Only two of the four burial mounds remain today. The largest mound stands about 20 feet tall. Read more.

I went to all my fucking classes including the one with the fuckboy MRA and my Cree class AND my Cree lab and participated in bio (except suckage: a white girl got put into our brown women group and is a jerk - surprise) and had lunch with my ma. To top it all off, I picked up some damned bread and SHOWERED.

check out fresh outta the shower productive me and my glorious middle-child hair.

now i’m in bed and i’m not getting out.

(also B is making brownies. oh happy day)

Hatuey is a native American hero. One of the first native to rebel against the savage Europeans. This unfortunately cost his life as he was burned at the stake alive.when given one last chance to accept Jesus he told the priest “I rather go to hell”

learn more about the Legend of Hatuey:

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Pancarus - Tacaratu, Pernambuco, BR, 1938