The Native Women's Cooperative works with Cherokee artisans in fourteen counties in Oklahoma. A special challenge is to keep a steady stream of inventory coming from geographically dispersed artists who may not have telephones.
Julie Moss (l) and Evelyn Conley (r) are co-directors of the Native Women's Cooperative. Julie Moss is an RDLN graduate and earned her master's degree in the program.
|Among the items sold by the Native Women's Cooperative are jewelry, baskets, pottery, leather pouches, dolls and dream catchers.|
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