No Frontiers Beyond Our Reach: Native American Changemakers

This exhibit highlights eight different trailblazing Native Americans that left impactful legacies in the fields of history, education, space exploration, military, politics, and the arts.

Open date

September 27, 2022

Close date

April 29, 2023

Exhibit type

Virtual
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The Oklahoma Hall of Fame strives to celebrate the diverse cultures that make our state great. The No Frontiers Beyond Our Reach: Native American Changemakers exhibit highlights eight different trailblazing Native Americans that left impactful legacies. The portraits and busts displayed in this exhibit include: Sequoyah, Joseph Clark, Te Ata Fisher, John B. Herrington, Chief Fred Lookout, Willard Stone, Wilma Mankiller, and Lushanya Vinay.

"I advise young people to always be fully engaged. Speak out against injustice. Don’t lead a moderate life." - Wilma Mankiller

These individuals contributed to different fields including history, education, space exploration, military, politics, and performing and visual arts. This exhibit showcases the stories and diverse talents of these tribal citizens of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, and Osage nations to inspire all Oklahomans to make meaningful changes in their community.

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