Thursday, June 16, 2022

Cherokee chief reverses course on banning Oklahoma flag

Just two weeks ago, Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin, Jr., issued an executive order to “cause all flags of the State of Oklahoma to be removed from Cherokee Nation properties” by Sept. 1, the latest escalation in the quarrel between the State of Oklahoma (and Governor Kevin Stitt) and tribal nations (the Cherokee Nation in particular).

After receiving overwhelming backlash from within the Cherokee Nation, Hoskin has now reversed course. From The Frontier reporter Reese Gorman:

Here's Hoskin's statement (click to view larger):


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