Tatanka Iyotake (Sitting Bull), c. 1883

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Tatanka Iyotake (Sitting Bull), c. 1883
Tatanka Iyotake
(Sitting Bull), c. 1883
Gathering Up the Dead. 1891
Burial of the Dead at Wounded
Knee, January 1, 1891
Sitanka Wokiksuya and
Unity Rides
Day One
Children/Orphans
Day Two
Elders
Day Three
Sick/Infirm
Physically
Mentally
Spiritually
Day Four
Incarcerated
Day Five
Earth and Women
Day Six
Peace/Wolakota
Day Seven
Prayer for Deceased
Woope Sakowin
Seven Laws
WACANTE OGNAKE
Help, Share, Give, Generosity
WOWA UNSILA
Pity, Compassion
WOWAUONIHAN
Respect, Honor
WOWACIN TANKA
Patience, Tolerance
Woope Sakowin
Seven Laws
WOWA HWA LA
Seek Humility, To Be Humble
WOOHITIKE
Principles, Discipline, Bravery, Courage
WOKSAPE
Understanding, Wisdom
Unity Ride and Run
1996 to Present (Canada/U.S.)
Healing Through the
Spirit of the Land
Healing Through the Teachings
and Prayers of the Grandmothers
Collective Healing Through
Unity
Healing Children Through the
Spirit of the Horse
Seven Sacred Ceremonies
Purification
Vision Quest
Hunkapi/Making of Relatives
Ishnatipi/Girl Puberty Rites
Tossing the Ball
Sun Dance
Keeping the Spirit
Unity Ride and Elders Summit
2004
The Unity Ride will be crossing Canada
from British Columbia to Six Nations
arriving in 2004.
At that time the Elders are calling for a
summit.
This is dedicated to the Women and
Children of our Nations.