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Scatter Their Own on “Make No Bones About It.” July 17th, 2016 at 4pm.

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Scatter Their Own on “Make No Bones About It.” July 17th, 2016 at 4pm. Tune in and experience these beautiful people! I am super excited to have a visit with our relatives.
 
A little bit about Scatter Their Own
Scatter Their Own out of South Dakota’s Oglala Nation share heartfelt music with the world. .” Scotti Clifford and Juliana Brown Eyes-Clifford nurture and shares their thoughtful songs . The sounds of their music will rock your senses and sooth your soul. We invite you to join our conversation with this alter-Native duo. Scatter Their Own is our May Music Maker and we’ll also give away cd copies of the new album.
(Photo Credit: Scatter Their Own)
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Unci Rita Long-Visitor Holy Dance on “Make No Bones About It.” -August 3, 2014 at 5pm

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Unci Rita Long-Visitor Holy Dance is the 2014 Host Unci (Grandmother) Tipi Ska Win (White Tipi Woman)Rita Long Visitor Holy Dance, Oglala Lakota of the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers. I invite you to the gathering of our council in the northern He Sapa (Black Hills), Spearfish, South Dakota, September 4-7. I am from the SW corner of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, SD.

I chose our sacred He Sapa as the place to host my gathering. This journey to my gathering has been a 10 winters journey. This vision and prayer that I walk with towards the September 2014 gathering is the vision and prayer of all grandmothers. It is our prayer that our future generations and all life on earth will have a beautiful world to live in and raise their families in peace.

Please join us.

http://www.grandmotherscouncil.org/who-we-are/grandmother-rita-long-visitor-holy-dance

Alex White Plume on Make No Bones About It, 12-29-2013 at 4pm

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ALEX WHITE PLUME is Oglala Lakota and one of the founders of the Sitanka Wokiksuye (Wounded Knee Bigfoot Memorial Ride) (South Dakota) started in 1986. The nation needed a Wiping of the Tears ceremony after the massacre at Wounded Knee in 1890. The ride began because of the way our people were living; they needed change and a way that brought awareness to what happened to Bigfoot and his people at Wounded Knee. “MOTHER EARTH NEEDS CULTURE.” – Alex WP

To see some of Alex s work go to (www.oweakuinternational.org).

Between 1986-1990, the ride was a Wiping of the Tears ceremony for the Lakota nation. There were 19 riders on the very first ride in 1986 from Bridger, SD to Wounded Knee, SD. The ride was called the Future Generation Ride after 1990, when the Wiping of the Tears ceremony ended.

For the week of Dec. 26, 2013 – January 2, 2014

Bridge the Gap to Pine Ridge

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Bridge the Gap to Pine Ridge

 Bridge the Gap to Pine Ridge

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Host and global explorer Chris Bashinelli travels the world to experience life outside his hometown — Brooklyn, New York. In this program, he visits Pine Ridge to explore the often forgotten culture of the Oglala Lakota Native Americans.

Jennifer Jessum filmmaker shares on KAOS 89.3 FM Holy Man is the story of Douglas White- Sunday, November 13 · 5:00pm – 6:00pm

JENNIFER JESSUM & SIMON JOSEPH (www.holymanfilm.com)
Holy Man is the story of Douglas White, an 88 year old Lakota wicasa wakan or medicine man from Pine Ridge Lakota Reservation in South Dakota, who spent 17 years in federal prison for a crime he did not commit. During the making of this film, filmmakers uncovered new evidence of White’s innocence and brought the case back to Federal Court.

Jennifer Jessum

www.HolyManFilm.com