Cheyenne River Youth Project

Lakota in America

Lakota in America – Short Film Documentary

For a hundred years, it was virtually illegal to be Lakota. The Native American tribe, known for its chiefs Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, and Red Cloud, was legally dispossessed of its religion, its spiritual practices, and much of its language, starting in the late 19th century. All Native American tribes were. Until 1978 and the passage of the American Indian Religious Freedom Act, generations of Lakota were raised without access to their culture.Now, the Cheyenne River Youth Project isworking with a determined generation of young Lakota to create a stronger economic and cultural future—and they’re using their Lakota heritage to get there.

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