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Award-Winning Author & Cultural Educator
Larry Spotted Crow Mann is a nationally acclaimed author, and citizen of the Nipmuc Tribe of Massachusetts. He is an award winning writer, poet, cultural educator and Traditional Story Teller.
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, Consultant & 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.
Emmy Award Winning Storyteller
Sarah Eagle Heart is an Emmy award winning storyteller focused on education and advocacy on behalf of Indigenous Peoples whose deep perspective is rooted in her life story as Oglala Lakota activist raised on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
Dancer, Musician & Choreographer
Dallas Arcand Jr. is an accomplished 20 year old second generation hoop dancer and aboriginal entertainer from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Starting from an early age, he's been in front of crowds of up to 40,000 people at the Calgary Stampede Rodeo.
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