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Poet / Performer / Filmmaker
Author of Women Who Fell from the Sky, Joy Harjo is a recording artist with her band Poetic Justice. She has published seven poetry books including co-editing an anthology of native women’s writing.
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Native American Environmentalist
An advocate for frontline native environmental groups and ecological balance, LaDuke was twice Ralph Nader’s vice-presidential candidate for the Green Party.
Native American Actor / Son of Russell Means
Star of the Emmy-winning miniseries Into the West, Means uniquely uses the history of Hollywood’s portrayal of Native Americans as a backdrop to speak about equality and advancement.
Olympic Gold Medalist & Motivator
A Lakota Sioux raised in one of the poorest communities in America, Mills inspired the film Running Brave. He authored Wokini, a book about finding happiness and satisfaction in life.
Historian & Lecturer
A recognized historian of the Navajo Code Talkers of World War II, Gorman educates people about the rich history, culture, language, and contributions of the Navajo people.
Principal Chief, Cherokee Nation
A force in building self-sufficient Native American nations, Smith speaks passionately about developing leadership, improving education, and preserving cultural values and language.
Canadian Aboriginal Entertainer
A world champion hoop dancer, Arcand is also a musician known for his unique style of “indigenous hip-hop.” He speaks on everything from self-awareness to motivation.
Award-Winning Artist, Educator & Leader
Praised for his game-changing portrayal of Sitting Bull in Woman Walks Ahead, Greyeyes is a proud Nehiyawe (Plains Cree) blazing new trails for indigenous people in film.