From the Killers of the Flower Moon to the Osage Nation Today


Meeting Method:
Associated Program:
John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum
Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation
Harvard Kennedy School Project on Indigenous Governance and Development

Join us for an important conversation on the story behind the critically acclaimed new blockbuster film “Killers of the Flower Moon” and the journey of the Osage Nation. 

Panelists include Chief Jim Gray, former principal Chief, Osage Nation, Hepsi Barnett, (HKS MPA 2000), former Chief of Staff, Osage Nation, and Wilson Pipestem, Osage Headright Owner, Honoring Nations Board of Governors. The discussion will be moderated by Prof. Joe Kalt, Director, Harvard Kennedy School Project on Indigenous Governance and Development.

Please register if you would like the possibility of attending the Forum in person. If a seat is unavailable or you will not be attending in person, viewers can stream the event live via our YouTube page. You do not need to register for virtual attendance.


The IOP encourages persons with disabilities to participate in our programs. If you have questions about accommodations or the physical access provided, please contact 617-495-1360 or in advance of the event. The Forum is currently closed to those without a Harvard ID, and RSVPs are required for in-person attendance.