Tribes Offer Sex Ed Public Schools Don’tFebruary 22, 2017 |
by Kristi Eaton
On a rainy Wednesday afternoon, four American Indian teenagers are gathered in a nondescript building along rural Okmulgee, Oklahoma’s main street. As the headquarters of the Muscogee Creek Nation, Okmulgee takes pride in its American Indian heritage.
Street signs in the downtown area are in both English and Muscogee languages and tribal insignia is seen throughout the community.