Wakanyeja Tokeyahci's first class of kindergartners talk about why they're excited for school. Students' parents discuss why they chose to send their children to WT, and what this opportunity means to them.
Rodney Bordeaux, Cindy Young, Troy Heinert, and Shawn Bordeaux share words of encouragement and celebration for the historic opening of Wakanyeja Tokeyahci.
Kindergarten Educator Shanice Nez explains how the school is using Holistic Education models to promote and empower the development of the students and staff alike.
Take a tour of Wakanyeja Tokeyahci with Head of the school, Sage Fast Dog! The students will be attending school virtually at first, but when it is safe to have in person classes again, they will start attend in-person at the Boys and Girls Club.
Sicangu Food Sovereignty Initiative (SFSI) Director Matte Wilson talks about the exciting partnership opportunities for the SFSI to work with Wakanyeja Tokeyahci to help ensure nutritious, local foods for students.
Head of the Wakanyeja Tokeyahci Sage Fast Dog and Kindergarten Educator Shanice Nez talk about the guiding principles of the school and how they decided which educational platforms to use with students during virtual learning.
Tune in as head of Wakanyeja Tokeyahci, Sage Fast Dog, introduces the school and gives a brief overview of the school's mission.
Head of Wakanyeja Tokeyahci Sage Fast Dog, talks about centering Lakota language, culture, and identity in education.
The first episode of the 7Gen Voices video podcast discussion series features the CEO of Rosebud Economic Development Corporation, Wizipan Little Elk and 7Gen Voices host Jillian Waln. Little Elk provides an overview of the work that REDCO is doing on the Rosebud Reservation and explains the Three Sisters approach to nation building. The conversation also covers the long term vision for the organization and the Sicangu Lakota Oyate as a whole, and the 7Gen Movement that is underway. Little Elk also talks about the efforts that are currently underway to provide COVID relief and how we can use this global crisis as an opportunity to create new and improved systems.
NCRS's profile on the Food Sovereignty Initiative's work in the Keya Wakpala Garden and local community.
This episode discusses Sicangu Food Sovereignty and how the movement is growing.
Sage Fast Dog and Aaron Epps discuss with host, Jillian Waln, the new Lakota language immersion school, Wakanyeja Tokeyahci.
Join us in learning how to cook stovetop popcorn! Grab a pot, some oil, some corn kernels, and a buddy and follow along as we cook up a tasty snack.
Join us as we make sweet potato and black bean tacos! We whip up some tasty tacos and talk about Earth-friendly cooking for Unci Maka week!
Check out this video from SCDC Education Director Sage Fast Dog about a teacher position at Wakanyeja Tokeyahci.
This episode is about Canicahpehu (chawn-ee-chaqh-peh-huu) also known as Stinging Nettles. The first part of this video introduces our wild relative and how to forage it. The second part of the video shows a modern recipe using Canicahpehu.
In this episode we introduce Wahcazi (Wahk-cha-zee) who is also called Dandelion. This relative is known as a pest to some, but they are so much more than that.