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Samuel W. Brown, Sr. from Wealaka By Mark Maxey & William Breckenridge
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A prominent member of the Yuchi in the Creek Nation, after the removal to the Indian territory, was Chief Samuel W. Brown, Sr., who was born in Van Buren, Arkansas, in June 1843. He was the eldest... More > son of S. W. Williams, a lieutenant in the United States Army. Brown's mother called Suttah was a sister of Chief Tissoso of the Yuchi. She was the granddaughter of Cosenna Barnard or "Cussinne Barnett", a prominent leader among the Yuchi. Yuchi Chief Brown, Sr., maintained his home near Jenks where he kept "the trophies of his long eventful life" for he lived to the age of ninety-two years. One who knew him well described him as low, heavy set man with a fair complexion.< Less
River of Words By Mark Maxey
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An eclectic collection of original poetry. Mark strives for uniqueness in each line he pens. Through his writing, he deals with sensitive issues with directness and understanding. From light hearted... More > to serious, his poetry leads readers on a journey through an artist's mind. Along with his artistry, he is a brilliant organizer and dedicated friend. His words will take you into a strong heart and a deliberate mind. -stated by John W. Reagor, Jr.< Less
Dharma Seeds: Extraordinary transformation from a small seed...From the depths of Folsom Prison arose a miracle… By Mark Maxey
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Faced with surmounting odds, one prisoner uses his time to embrace meditation. What happens is a life transformed and miraculous recovery. This story documents the beginnings of the Contemplative... More > Fellowship within prison walls. Experience how one can totally change their life through the practice of meditation. Journey through a 3-year autobiography of at first a tragic situation turned horrific. Through time and spiritual work, one prisoner ends up changing not only himself but thousands of others. What started at Old Folsom Prison in the early 1990's with only 5 prisoners ends up 23 years later growing to over 3000 prisoners meditating daily. Lives continue to change for the better. Making for a more compassionate world.< Less
Adopting Journalism for Social Justice By Mark Maxey
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These stories were first written from late 2017-June 2018. It was while I was a freelance journalist with The People’s World (PW). The amazing group of editors there helped flush out my voice... More > with stories I knew needed to be read. While at PW I was humbled to see my stories time and time again be the most clicked/read stories of the week. Most of my stories had 1000’s of hits a day for over 5 days in a row constantly. I always said, it is the combination of a good nose for a story and the great editing team I shared which was a winning combination. Oklahoman Mark Maxey is a Yuchi Indian, enrolled in the Muscogee Nation, and has studied radio/TV/film with an Art minor in college. He is a member of the National Writers Union, UAW Local 1981/AFL-CIO. He’s worked as an administrative assistant, petroleum landman, barista, staff writer, paralegal, content producer and graphic designer. He spent six months as a National Data Team volunteer for the Bernie Sanders for President campaign.< Less

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