Osage Nation on "Killers of the Flower Moon"
In “Killers of the Flower Moon”...
The language you hear is taught by Osage Nation Language Teachers.
The traditional Wahzhazhe clothing you see is made by Osage artists.
The landscape is the Osage Nation Reservation.
Today, approximately 26 percent of all headrights are owned by non-Osage individuals, churches, universities, and other non-Osage institutions who can freely bequeath such interests to any person or entity the non-Osage chooses. The Osage Minerals Council is currently seeking federal legislation to permit non-Osages who own a “headright” interest in the Osage Mineral Estate to gift or sell those headright interests back to the Osage Minerals Council, the Osage Nation, or Osage individuals.
WE ARE NOT RELICS | The Osage Nation is thriving on our Reservation in Northeast Oklahoma - a people of strength, hope, and passion, honoring the stories of the past and building the world of the future.
We are Wahzhazhe Always. #𐓷𐓘𐓻𐓘𐓻𐓟𐓯𐓪͘𐓯𐓪͘𐓷𐓟 #wahzhazhealways