We are guided by the Cherokee Nation Community Organization, Chief Hoskin, and our two Cherokee Nation Counselors At-Large; Julia Coates and Mary Baker Shaw who provide information and expertise to our growing organization.

Cherokee Nation

Community Association

Native Arts and Crafts
Experience our unique native arts and crafts lessons and workshops 

Basket making and bead making is a traditional part of Cherokee Culture.

Our founder

Cherokee Nation Connection
Frequent visits from the Cherokee Nation to keep in touch. Our  very own Treasure Helen is receiving a "special recognition" from Chief Hoskin and Tribal Councilmembers. 

 Chuck Hoskin Jr.

Principal Chief Cherokee Nation

​2019 to present

Counselor Mary Baker Shaw

At-Large Tribal Council

A fun afternoon of stickball lead by Abraham Bearpaw and Cole Hogner. Womens team won!!

Staying connected to our roots.       Join the Fun!

                   Presentation to Tsa-La-Go LA  by Ed Young.

get involved we would Love to have you!

Mothers Day Celebration.

In May we celebrate Cherokee Mothers and Women!

Stay connected to Our Cherokee Nation Representatives

The City of Los Angeles rolled out the carpet for former Principal  Chief  Hoskin Jr

and former Principal Chief Baker.

Cherokee storyteller Robert Lewis 

always keeps us entertained when

he shares our history through the 

traditional art of storytelling 

Drumming Circle and education on the Cherokee Stomp Dance

by Abraham Bearpaw


Tsa-La-Gi LA was formed in 2007 as a non-profit organization in LA County.  In June 2011 we were officially chartered under the Cherokee Nation Community Association and serve as an official satellite community organization of the Cherokee Nation.  

Tsa-La-Gi  Los Angeles

The official Cherokee Nation satellite community of Los Angeles

Counselor Julia Coates
At-Large Tribal Council


Membership to Tsa-La-Gi LA is open to everyone. Request a membership package through our contact page.  

Family friendly
The young people joining our drumming circle. Cherokee family

is very important

Cherokee Music and Language
Cherokee Nation Rep. Tommy WIldcat helps us ensure our future with Cherokee song and language