Mike Wise has many impressive credentials in the sports world. He is an author, worked with ESPN, the New York Times, and CBS-DC opinion/features. Mike has “A heart for the Lakota.” Why did he a famous WDC newscaster and columnist come to South Dakota? What are the three most memorable stores that Mike has written about? He is an accomplished author and is writing a book on Billy Mill’s life. Who are the warriors that are Billy’s ancestors? These questions are answered.
Zack Ducheneaux, Executive Director of Inter tribal Agriculture Council. Zack is an enrolled member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe in SD. He explains to us how and why Inter-tribal Agriculture Council was created. A very interesting and informative conversation about our national food chain. What impact has the covid-19 virus had on it? What are some of the problems Native American farmers and ranchers face that unique to them? Learn the answers in this podcast.
Billy Mills “Footprints” Why are his footprints so important to the 1964 Olympic Gold Medalist? As other people have walked through his life, he will share their impact on him. Learn of Billy Mill’s Lakota values. Lessons that he has learned and may apply to our footprints.
Billy Mills Oglala Lakota-- How did it come about that Billy is an enrolled Oglala Lakota? Sharing some of his intimate family history. He comes from a long line of Warriors. How is he and his wife handling the coronavirus quarantine and his views on it? What are some of the Lakota values that Billy has? All these questions will be answered on this podcast.
Sandy Swallow is an enrolled Oglala Lakota. She will be sharing her life experiences as a Lakota Artist, mother & grandmother. She is proud of her Native American heritage. Sandy is honest that life has not always been easy. You will enjoy her insights as well as the interviews of her guests. Lakota Link is one way to learn about Native American culture. You’re welcome to walk this journey with her and learn how to apply Lakota values to your life.