Students at NEO learned about how the Native American sovereign nations work with the U.S. constitution.
Chris: students at n-e-o learned about how the native american sovereign nations work with the u-s constitution.
Special guest speaker doctor glenna wallace, the chief of the eastern shawnee tribe of oklahoma, discussed the relationship between the indian tribes and the federal government as part of constitution day.
For students, it serves as a reminder of oklahoma's history and how the sovereign tribes continue to work with the government.
"i think students forget that something that was adopted and dated so long ago that it has purtinant influence upon our lives today and neo a and mcollege would be one of those examples."
Chris: constitution day commemorates the anniversary of the signing of the constitution which originally took place in philadelphia on this day in 17-87.