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Learning to sew traditional ribbon dress

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Team activities

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7 Values of Lakota Life

Our programs, activities and all interactions with our youth are guided by

the Seven Values of Lakota Life given to the people by Pte San Win White Buffalo Calf Woman:

Wocʼekiya - Praying: find spirituality by communicating with your higher power, this is communication between you and Tunkasila without going through another person or spirit.

Wa oʼhola - Respect: for self, higher power, family, community, all life.


Waunsila - First law of the Pipe. Caring and Compassion: loving, caring and or concern for one another in a good way, especially for the family, the old ones, the young ones, the orphans, the ones in mourning, the sick ones, and the ones working for the people.


Wowijake - Honestly and Truth: with yourself, higher power, and others with sincerity.


Wawokiye - Helping: helping without expecting anything in return, giving from the heart.


Wahwayela - Humility: we have a spirit; we are no better or less than others.


Waanagoptan - Listen-hear, obey, accept give heed to attention.



If you have time, talent or specific skills to share, please contact us and let's talk about how you can get involved!


We are fiscally sponsored by Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous People. Your donations are tax deductible.


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Our youth went to Standing Rock to meet Boston Celtics Basketball Star, Kyrie Irving, who is a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

Youth Meet Inspiring Leaders

Learn basic sewing skills.  

Make a traditional ribbon dress for a doll!

Sewing Class Announced

Our Red Rock Warriors formed their own team and received new jerseys from Seventh Generation Fund!

New Jerseys

Check back to see the dates of our 2020 camp.

Annual  Bear Butte Summer Camp