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Supaman to the rescue

By the time hip hop artist Christian Takes Gun Parrish, a.k.a. Supaman, took the stage Friday, he had already danced his way into the hearts of visitors at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West while sharing his messages of hope. Hours before the concert, Parrish, athlete and school teacher...
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Plains Indian Museum Curator

The Buffalo Bill Center of the West is pleased to announce that we are seeking applicants for the position of Plains Indian Museum Curator. The Plains Indian Museum Curator is not only a conscientious advocate for the physical and cultural integrity of the Plains Indian Museum collections, but a collaborative leader working with ideas, people, and programs in advancing the Center’s mission to “Share the Stories of the American West.” In this exciting role, the Curator represents the Plains Indian Museum in its interactions with the public, tribal communities, partners, researchers, supporters, the Center’s members and its Board of Trustees, and the Plains Indian Museum Advisory Board to build reputation and relationships. The Advisory Board was founded in 1976 as the first museum Advisory Board to include tribal members as representatives.
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Supaman to the rescue | Powell grandstand

By the time hip-hop artist Christian Takes Gun Parrish aka Supaman took the stage on Friday, he had already danced his way into the hearts of visitors to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West as he shared his messages of hope. Hours before the concert, Parrish, athlete and schoolteacher...
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The Airplane Museum In Greybull, Wyoming Is Unlike Any Other In The World

Wyoming is a state that’s packed with interesting museums. From the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, to the Brenton Museum, there’s truly something for everyone to enjoy. One of the most unique museums in the country is here in Greybull, and it’s worth visiting if you’re interested in any aspect of flight! Visit the […] The post The Airplane Museum In Greybull, Wyoming Is Unlike Any Other In The World appeared first on Only In Your State.
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Discover the Power of Powwows in Wyoming

A powwow is a steady thump of beaters on a hide-covered drum, a cadence of mixed voices singing in Arapaho, Shoshone, Crow, or Lakota, and the sweep and swirl of men and boys wearing brightly colored regalia. It’s young girls with fringed shawls, older women dressed in buckskin and even tiny tots in beaded moccasins and creamy white buckskin outfits. Begun as a ritual gathering of spiritual leaders and medicine men, powwow is now a social event.
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Buffalo Bill Center Trustee Resigns Due to Racist Essay

After publishing a racist essay, a member of the prestigious Buffalo Bill Center of the West Board of Trustees has resigned after nearly a decade on the board. 85-year-old Henry “Rip” McIntosh had been a trustee at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West since September 2012. Before his resignation, he served on the Executive Committee, Capital Campaign Steering Committee, Strategic Planning Committee, and was the chair of the Marketing Committee.
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Supaman performs Friday

Fusing Native American and hip-hop culture, Supaman says he uses his art to teach, delivering a message of truth. The award-winning Native American hip-hop artist and dancer, whose real name is Christian Takes Gun Parrish, will perform 7 p.m. Friday at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West Robbie Powwow Garden.
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Buffalo Bill Center of the West trustee resigns after racist newsletter comes to light

A longtime member of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West board of trustees resigned Monday after it was recently revealed that he runs a racist newsletter. Henry “Rip” McIntosh had been a trustee at the Smithsonian-affiliated museum since September 2012. Before his resignation, he served on the Executive Committee, Capital Campaign Steering Committee, Strategic Planning Committee and was the chair of the Marketing Committee.
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TPUSA Advisor Who Published Shockingly Racist Newsletter Resigns From Museum Board

This article was co-published with The Informant. It was once a feather in the cap for Rip McIntosh. The Florida man sat on the board of trustees for the Buffalo Bill Center of the West with the likes of former governors, a former senator, and even former Vice President Dick Cheney. The role with the Smithsonian-affiliated museum in Cody, Wyoming was a good one for a philanthropist who enjoyed the outdoors and who spent a lot of time in the Rocky Mountain region.
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Cody students help improve sage-grouse habitat on public land

With support from the Smithsonian Institution and an anonymous donor, Cody High School students and Bureau of Land Management staff planted 100 silver buffaloberry seedlings on public land east of Cody in June, improving habitat for greater sage-grouse and other wildlife. The Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Youth Advisory...
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Center board member resigns

A longtime member of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West board of trustees resigned Monday after it was recently revealed that he runs a racist newsletter. Henry “Rip” McIntosh had been a trustee at the museum since September 2012. Before his resignation, he served on the Executive Committee, Capital Campaign Steering Committee, Strategic Planning Committee and was the chair of the Marketing Committee.
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