Notable Quotes

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

Brothers and Sisters

 We may be different tribes, but we're all brothers and sisters. — Opal Gore, Comanche Nation

The Spirits

One of the things the old people taught me about the spirits was to never have a doubt. — Wallace Black Elk

Losing the Language

Losing the language means losing the culture. We need to know who we are because it makes a difference in who our children are. — Dottie LeBeau

Leadership

Every single person has leadership ability. Some step up and take them. Some don't. My answer was to step up and lead. — Wilma Mankiller, Cherokee

People Will Surprise You

Wait long enough, and people will surprise and impress you. — Jeffrey Zaslow

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