AncestorsFebruary 17, 2016
I believe ancestors strengthen us and make us who we are. — Cea Anderson, Aleut/Lakota
OursFebruary 15, 2016
When asked by an anthropologist what the Indians called America before the white man came, an Indian said simply, "ours." — Vine Deloria Jr.
Set an ExampleFebruary 12, 2016
Children learn from what they see. We need to set an example of truth and action. — Howard Rainer, Taos Pueblo-Creek
OursFebruary 12, 2016
When asked by an anthropologist what the Indians called America before the white man came, an Indian said simply, 'ours.'" — Vine Deloria Jr.
Look DeeperFebruary 10, 2016
You have to look deeper, way below the anger, the hurt, the hate, the jealousy, the self-pity, way down deeper where the dreams lie, son. Find your dream. It's the pursuit of the dream that heals you. — Billy Mills
Hold OnFebruary 08, 2016
Hold on to what is good,
Even if it's a handful of earth.
Hold on to what you believe,
Even if it's a tree that stands by itself.
Hold on to what you must do,
Even if it's a long way from here.
Hold on to your life,
Even if it's easier to let go.
Hold on to my hand,
Even if someday I'll be gone away from you.
— Pueblo Prayer
ColorFebruary 05, 2016
The color of springtime is in the flowers, the color of winter is in the imagination. — Ward Elliot Hour
Equal and FreeFebruary 03, 2016
We must continue to unite in sisterhood to turn our tears into triumph. There is no time to rest until our world achieves wholeness and balance, where all men and women are considered equal and free. — Leymah Gbowee, 2011 Nobel Peace Prize
Our ChildrenJanuary 31, 2016
Our children were never known to cry of hunger, and no stranger, red or white, was permitted to enter our lodges without finding food and rest. — Black Hawk
We Start SmallJanuary 29, 2016
We start small like an acorn, with a limited education. Then we grow roots and our knowledge develops over time. As graduates, we are ready to spread our knowledge. — Elaina and Nisha Supahan, Karuk