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Reintro to A Lakota Cowboy Louis Twiss

Reintro to A Lakota Cowboy Louis Twiss

June 29, 2021
 

A Lakota Cowboy Louis Twiss

June 29, 2021

A Lakota Cowboy Louis Twiss

He tells of living on the Pine Ridge Reservation and starting the Oglala Sioux Land and Cattle Organization. He became Secretary for the National Indians Cattlemen Association for the betterment of all Native American producers. 

Learn of his firsthand experience in the Badlands World War II bombing range at the North end of the Reservation. The government used eminent domain to confiscate his family’s home and land.

Lily Mendoza is A Voice for Those Who Connot Speak

Lily Mendoza is A Voice for Those Who Connot Speak

June 22, 2021

A Voice for those who cannot speak

I felt this was a very important interview.  Although the subject was personally heart breaking and difficult for me.  Because I lost my sister to murder in 1968.  Lily Mendoza has a true heart for those that need help.  She is a warrior women and a voice for those who can no longer speak. 

If you are interested in what is being done and what can be done please join us in this conversation on Missing, Murdered, Indigenous Women.

 

Re- intro to  Vic Swallow a Lakota Elder

Re- intro to Vic Swallow a Lakota Elder

June 15, 2021
 

Lakota Elder Vic Swallow

June 15, 2021

Lakota Elder Vic Swallow

A  re- intro to Vic Swallow a Lakota Elder was born on the Pine Ridge Reservation.  He was raised on the Red Shirt Table with his brother and two sisters.  Now an elder at the age of 81 he shares some of his experiences growing up there.  He gives a good background on the tribes that make up the Seven Council Fires.  Having a very good memory he recalls stories his mother Lizzie Two Bulls-Swallow told him. 

This song is written and sung by Quincy Good Star.

Reintro to a Lakota Womon of Wisdom

Reintro to a Lakota Womon of Wisdom

June 8, 2021
 

A Lakota Woman of Wisdom

June 8, 2021

A Lakota Woman of Wisdom

Suzanne White Wolf Swallow is a Lakota elder a mother of eight children.  Grandmother (unci) and great-grandmother.  Though her life has not always been easy she was able to instill in her family many of the Lakota values. You will learn why education has been so important in her family.  She also shares some of her family history which dates back the Battle of the Little Big Horn and the Wounded Knee Massacre.   

Re-intro with Paul LaRouche of Brule’

Re-intro with Paul LaRouche of Brule’

June 1, 2021

In this re intro with Paul LaRouche of Brule' you will learn the great opportunity he passed up.  He wanted to remain true to his Lakota heritage and traditions.  Now as Lakota artists we all need to venture into new and different avenues while remaining true to our values.

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