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Indian Times
8:30 pm
Fri August 8, 2014

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic Celebrates 40 Years Of Serving Urban Indians

Credit Oklahoma City Indian Clinic

The Oklahoma City Indian Clinic is marking its 40th year in operation with a celebration powwow. It will be held on the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds on August 16th.

The clinic started in 1974 with a handful of volunteer heath care providers looking to fill the need of urban Indians seeking medical care. David Toahty, Chief Development Officer for the clinic, said the first clinic was just a storefront on Hudson. Toahty said the clinic currently serves 18,000 patients and fills 240,000 prescriptions a year.

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Indian Times
7:16 pm
Sun December 8, 2013

Harmon-y Pediatric Clinic Set To Open

Credit Oklahoma City Indian Clinic

The Oklahoma City Indian Clinic is seeing one of its projects come to fruition with the help of television star Mark Harmon. David Toahty, Chief Development officer for the Oklahoma City Indian Clinic credits the fund raising ability of Mark Harmon’s Celebrity Weekend for their new addition.

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Native American
11:36 am
Mon November 25, 2013

American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association 2013 Conference

Edward Hall III
Credit Susan Shannon

Native American cultures are getting a helping hand from a surprising source…tourism.  The stereotypes of insensitive non-Indians picking through baskets and turquoise jewelry, while still alive and well, is not what the American public, or the world, looks for in a vacation. They want an experience, and often as not, they want to learn.

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Assignment: Radio
10:58 am
Wed April 17, 2013

"What About Indian Art?" An Interview With Mary Jo Watson

Mary Jo Watson, director of the School of Art and Art History and curator of Native American Art at the FJJMA.
Credit Brant Morrell

Twenty years ago, a degree in Native American Art and Art History was non-existent. Even today, only a few universities offer Native Art programs, but at the University of Oklahoma Mary Jo Watson is responsible for launching a groundbreaking art program with an emphasis on the indigenous perspective.

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