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Some members of the Cap City Cherokee community at the National Museum of the American Indian's 2015 Cherokee Days reception.

The Capital City Cherokee Community is a non-political, non-profit Native American organization whose members reside in the mid-Atlantic region.  It is fully sanctioned by the Cherokee Nation as an official Satellite Community dedicated to fellowship and the promotion of its members’ shared Cherokee culture, language, heritage, history, and traditions. We come together as a community based on our common interest in the continuation of and love for the Cherokee People and Nation.

Given the geographic distance of our Community from the present-day heart of Cherokee culture, it is our critical task to seek innovative ways to encourage members to foster stronger civic and cultural ties with our compatriots in Oklahoma and North Carolina.

Chartered in 2015 under the Cherokee Nation Community Association, we are the newest and Eastern-most of 20+ such satellite organizations located throughout the U.S.

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