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Release Date: August 09, 2007
by Kerri McDonald

Learn more about the beautiful art, history, language and culture of the proud Chickasaw – and earn college credit – through the Chikasha Imanapah!

The Division of Arts & Humanities have a limited number of openings for the fall 2007 Chickasaw Clemente I Humanities Studies class at East Central University (ECU) in Ada and the inaugural Chickasaw Clemente Humanities study class at Murray State College (MSC) in Tishomingo.

For information on class times, expectations and obligations, as well as eligibility for tuition scholarships, contact Paul Moore, humanities & literary arts assistant, at (580) 272-5520 or