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Help Strengthen our American Indian Community

Join us March 9, 2024

Dance of the Two Moons: Mardi Gras supports IHCRC's services that benefit the thousands of Tulsa Area American Indians, in all stages of life, that are served each year.

For 47 years, Indian Health Care Resource Center (IHCRC) has worked with and for Tulsa Area American Indians to eliminate their health disparities, strengthen youth and families, and provide quality, comprehensive health care that promotes good health, well-being, and harmony. Our culturally sensitive, comprehensive services include Primary Care, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Gerontology, Optometry, Dentistry, Behavioral Health, Health Education and Wellness, and Programs for youth.

Circle of Life Community Partner

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We are honored to recognize The Anne & Henry Zarrow Foundation for their years of dedication to improving the health and raising the quality of life for not only IHCRC's Native American families but also countless individuals in the Tulsa community.

Honorary Chair:

Chief David W. Hill

David W. Hill was elected the seventh Principal Chief in the modern era of Muscogee (Creek) Nation tribal government on December 7, 2019. Prior to being elected Principal Chief, Hill served three consecutive four-year terms as a representative of the tribe’s legislative body, the National Council, after 30 professional years in the aerospace industry. Throughout his first term in office, Chief Hill’s leadership has brought the tribe global recognition for its proactive response to the COVID-19 pandemic and for the Nation’s fierce battle to uphold sovereignty in the wake of the historic Supreme Court decision affirming the Muscogee Reservation. Chief Hill’s leadership was recognized by TIME Magazine, as he was named one of 2020’s 100 Most Influential People.



“Since arriving on the Tulsa music scene, King Cabbage has taken the region by storm with its infectious blend of classic brass band tunes, modern covers, and original music. Their sound fuses the popular New Orleans brass band style with an eclectic blend of pop, R&B, hip-hop, and funk. Typical performances include renditions of recent favorites by artists like Beyoncé, Outkast, Justin Timberlake, and Rage Against The Machine, as well as their own spin on the brass band standards of NOLA. KCBB is on a mission to bring people together, party, and forget their problems through joyful music!”

-Julie Watson, Tulsa People Magazine

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Location: River Spirit Casino Resort

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River Spirit Casino Resort has brought a little slice of paradise to Tulsa with Margaritaville Casino & Restaurant, which opened in 2016. The addition of this new casino means River Spirit now has two casinos in one, each with its own distinctive atmosphere and décor. With over 3,000 high-tech electronic machines, numerous poker tables and table games, River Spirit Casino and Margaritaville Casino are the destination of choice for casino excitement.

Featured Artist:

Carly Treece

Carly Treece (she/her) is a Citizen of Mvskoke Nation and of Cherokee ancestry.  She is a multidisciplinary artist and curator residing in the Mvskoke Nation. With a multimedia approach that centers around oil and cold wax, her work focuses on abstract landscapes that capture the emotional and spiritual connection she shares with the land in Indian Territory.  Beyond the aesthetic aspects of her work, Treece’s artistic practice serves a deeper purpose. Advocating for land and body sovereignty, she weaves these themes into her artwork, promoting the importance of these issues within Indigenous communities. By intertwining her artistic expression with her advocacy, Treece seeks to inspire dialogue and bring attention to the critical matters of land and body sovereignty. Although Treece's work extends beyond landscapes alone, her abstract landscapes serve as a powerful medium for expressing her artistic vision and her commitment to advocating for these crucial causes.  


Get to know our Media Sponsor

Oklahoma's Own Griffin Media has been serving Oklahoma for more than 100 years. With an extensive range of properties from TV and radio to their digital platforms and outdoor billboard network, they only focus their efforts right here in the state where we all live and work in order to help keep our fellow Oklahomans safe, informed and entertained.

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