Notable Quotes

Our Language

When our young people can no longer speak their language, then cultural genocide has taken place. — Darlene Pipe-Boy

Prayer

It's really sad when a young person tells you he doesn't know how to pray. It's sad when a native speaker feels like he doesn't know how to pray. In Indian country, its all made up as you go along. — Allen Sockabasin, Passamaquoddy

Immigrants

Except for Native Americans, everyone else is an immigrant. — Vickie Whitewolf

Family

Family is sacred, sacred, and sacred. — Vernon Ray, Shawnee

Our Children

Let us put our minds together and see what life we can make for our children. — Sitting Bull

Knowledge

Knowledge can be learned but until it is truly experienced, it does not become wisdom. — Selo Black Crow. Lakota

Ask

If you don't know something, ask someone who does. — Rosa Winfree

Values

Values are, and always will be, sacred. — Billy Mills

Knowledge

Knowledge can be learned but until it is truly experienced, it does not become wisdom. — Selo Black Crow. Lakota

Our Sacred Sites

Our sacred sites are more precious than gold. — Phil Emerson, Quechan

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