What Is Life?September 01, 2014
What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset. — Crowfoot, Blackfoot warrior and orator
Those of UsAugust 29, 2014
Those of us who are Native, Asian, Hispanic or African American, we have been taught white studies since we were in the first grade. The only way to develop a stronger, better country is if we know ourselves. — Wayne J. Stein of Montana State University
YouthAugust 27, 2014
And those youth out there that want to learn the culture but drink or do drugs, I would encourage them to remember that Tunkasila, the Creator, already forgave you--that it is you that have to know how to forgive yourself. — Nathan Chasing Horse, Lakota
One Native ChildAugust 25, 2014
If one Native child is belittled or ridiculed for being of Native ancestry as a result of schools using inappropriate Native names and symbols, this is unacceptable. — Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. D-New Jersey
Our LandAugust 22, 2014
Our land is everything to us... I will tell you one of the things we remember on our land. We remember that our grandfathers paid for it— with their lives. — John Wooden Leg, Cheyenne
I Have HeardAugust 20, 2014
I have heard you intend to settle us on a reservation near the mountains. I don't want to settle. I love to roam over the prairies. There I feel free and happy, but when we settle down we grow pale and die. — Satanta, Kiowa Chief
HumankindAugust 18, 2014
Humankind has not woven the web of life.
We are but one thread within it.
Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves.
All things are bound together.
All things connect.
—Chief Seattle, 1854
Great ThingsAugust 15, 2014
He who would do great things should not attempt them all alone. — Seneca
PovertyAugust 13, 2014
Poverty is a noose that strangles humility and breeds disrespect for God and man. — Sioux
Involve MeAugust 11, 2014
Tell me and I'll forget. Show me, and I may not remember. Involve me, and I'll understand. — Tribe Unknown