Springtime in Oklahoma brings more than just severe weather. It also serves up ugly reminders of broken treaties between the US government and Native people. Most elementary schools in Oklahoma conduct re-enactments of the Oklahoma Land Run of 1889, but increasingly, educators are re-thinking this yearly event.
This is an Introduction Video for CATV 47 Aired at sign-on to inform viewers of what CATV 47 is all about and what they could expect to see in the future. CATV 47 is a low power public television station owned and operated by the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma located in Concho, OK. catv47.wordpress.com