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By making a donation to the Chickasaw Inkana Foundation (CIF) you will be supporting the overall preservation, protection and interpretation of Chickasaw culture and history in the historic Chickasaw Homeland. A current major objective of the CIF is to lead the construction and development of the forthcoming Chickasaw Heritage Center (CHC). Any financial support provided to CIF in general will support the ongoing progress of the CHC project unless you restrict your donation for a specific CIF purpose. The CHC offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be part of the founding of a new cultural institution within the Chickasaw Community. We invite individuals, foundations, corporations, and other organizations to join us in this historic endeavor that will impact the Chickasaw Nation for generations to come. The Chickasaw Inkana Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation; all or part of your gift may be tax deductible.
TUPELO – Tupelo residents and members of the Chickasaw nation honored historic Chickasaw leader Piominko with the second annual wreath laying at his statue at Fairpark Monday afternoon. Piominko was
On Monday, October 11, 2021, the Chickasaw Inkana Foundation (CIF) partnered with the Rotary Club of Tupelo and The Mary Stuart Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)
Joanne Peterson is a New Jersey native who received a bachelor’s degree in American studies and cultural geography from the University of Delaware. She also completed academic credits in business
Committee for King and Chickasaw Inkana Foundation Honors MLK’s legacy, 58th anniversary of March on Washington (Danny McBride – Daily Journal)
Fifty-eight years later, the March on Washington and the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech continues to shape a vision for a “beloved community.”
Tupelo, Chickasaw Inkana Foundation advances plans to build historic heritage center (Taylor Vance – Daily Journal)
Tupelo Daily Journal Taylor Vance Leaders from the city of Tupelo, the Chickasaw Inkana Foundation, the Chickasaw Nation and state government are advancing plans to tell the history and culture
Chickasaw Inkana Foundation CEO Brady Davis provides an update on the Chickasaw Heritage Center to the City of Tupelo
On the afternoon of Tuesday May 11th Chickasaw Inkana Foundation (CIF) Chief Executive Officer, Brady Davis, delivered a presentation on the forthcoming Chickasaw Heritage Center (CHC) in the City Council