Lynette Two Bulls is the ILI Host Facilitator for the Lakota Territory, the location for the first of three place-based intensives for the ILI Fellows. She shared her thoughts about empowerment, leadership and the sacred Black Hills as a powerful and centering place to start ILI Fellows on their year-long journey together.
Lynette Two Bulls is Oglala Lakota and Cheyenne and her Lakota name Tuŋwéyaŋ kiyapiwiŋ means “Scouts Woman.” She is originally from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and now resides with her family on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation in Lame Deer, Montana.
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ILI Fellow Joel Garcia was an integral part of the community effort to remove the Columbus statue from Grand Park in downtown Los Angeles. Learn how it happened.
“Do good work, do good research and it pays off.”
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We want to take the time to celebrate our Fellows who just finished up their ILI year by sharing their stories of who they are, what ILI means to them and how it has impacted their lives now. So please follow us as we share the stories of these amazing leaders and look through their lens!
KEVN Black Hills FOX News Coverage of Sept 2107 Gathering in Lakota Territory in South Dakota hosted by First Peoples Fund.