Baker, Vann, Cornsilk to receive Legacy Awards

BY STAFF REPORTS
04/12/2019 12:00 PM
TULSA – Principal Chief Bill John Baker, Cherokee Nation citizen and Freedmen Association of the Five Tribes President Marilynn Vann as well as CN genealogist David Cornsilk are being honored at 6:30 p.m. on April 18 at the Greenwood Cultural Center’s Legacy Award Dinner.

The Greenwood Cultural Center, located in the heart of Tulsa’s historic Greenwood District, is situated on a former Cherokee allotment at 322 N. Greenwood Ave.

GCC honors individuals and entities whose work on behalf of African Americans cause merit, recognition and elevation.

For more information, call GCC Executive Director Francis Jordan-Rakestraw at 918-596-1025.

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