DONOVIN SPRAGUE (MINICONJOU)
Lakota historian Donovin Sprague is a grandson of the legendary Lakota leader Hump, or High Backbone and he explains the significance of grizzly bears to his own family as well as the wider Lakota community - cool, short film!
JAY OLD COYOTE (CROW NATION)
Jay is a descendent of Chief Sits in the Middle of the Land. His grandfather, Lloyd Mickey Old Coyote was one of most respected elders not only in Crow nation, but throughout Indian Country
LINWOOD TALLBULL (NORTHERN CHEYENNE)
“My appointment is to the Dog Soldiers and it’s a life time term or whenever I wish to let it down and my son will sit in the position after I’m gone. I can never be a Chief because our family, Tall Bull, has always been with the Dog Soldiers,” explains Linwood Tall Bull.
A descendant of Little Bighorn Battle veteran, Jacob Tall Bull, Linwood is a Headman of the Dog Soldiers Military Society. A co-author of We, The Northern Cheyenne People, Linwood is a renowned ethnobotanist and Northern Cheyenne historian and cultural consultant, having worked with Chief Dull Knife College and the tribal administration. He serves as Northern Cheyenne Elderly Director and is a spokesman for GOAL.