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Lou Anna Red Corn Part 2 | Killers of the Flower Moon

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When Lou Anna Red Corn left her prominent role as a prosecutor to reconnect with her Osage roots, she ignited a powerful conversation about heritage and justice. Our latest episode welcomes Lou Anna as she shares her transformational journey with us, revealing the profound influence of the Osage Nation's history on both personal and cultural identity. We're transported to a poignant moment when Osage performers graced the Oscars stage, a scene that underscores their relentless spirit amidst a history marred by tragedy.

Our exploration takes us on a voyage through time, retracing the steps of the Osage people from the lush Ohio Valley to the oil-rich lands of Oklahoma. Lou Anna expertly outlines the complex tapestry of Osage land ownership, head rights, and the disturbing legacy of greed that led to the guardianship corruption following the oil boom. Her insight provides a backdrop for understanding the societal upheaval that wealth brought to the Osage, setting the stage for a somber chapter in their story—the Osage murders.

The sovereignty and modern-day pursuits of the Osage Nation stand as a testament to their resilience and enduring quest for justice. Delving into contemporary challenges, governance, and social initiatives, we shed light on the tribe's progress, such as reclaiming land and combating domestic violence. Luanna's reflections on the cultural resurgence catalyzed by the film "Killers of the Flower Moon" encapsulate the episode, honoring the Osage Nation's past and their unwavering spirit that continues to shape American history.

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When Lou Anna Red Corn left her prominent role as a prosecutor to reconnect with her Osage roots, she ignited a powerful conversation about heritage and justice. Our latest episode welcomes Lou Anna as she shares her transformational journey with us, revealing the profound influence of the Osage Nation's history on both personal and cultural identity. We're transported to a poignant moment when Osage performers graced the Oscars stage, a scene that underscores their relentless spirit amidst a history marred by tragedy.

Our exploration takes us on a voyage through time, retracing the steps of the Osage people from the lush Ohio Valley to the oil-rich lands of Oklahoma. Lou Anna expertly outlines the complex tapestry of Osage land ownership, head rights, and the disturbing legacy of greed that led to the guardianship corruption following the oil boom. Her insight provides a backdrop for understanding the societal upheaval that wealth brought to the Osage, setting the stage for a somber chapter in their story—the Osage murders.

The sovereignty and modern-day pursuits of the Osage Nation stand as a testament to their resilience and enduring quest for justice. Delving into contemporary challenges, governance, and social initiatives, we shed light on the tribe's progress, such as reclaiming land and combating domestic violence. Luanna's reflections on the cultural resurgence catalyzed by the film "Killers of the Flower Moon" encapsulate the episode, honoring the Osage Nation's past and their unwavering spirit that continues to shape American history.

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