Success — It’s In Our Blood

Nov 15th, 2007 | By | Category: 19-2: Our Story, Our Way, Voices
By D.J. Eagle Bear Vanas

Until we can uplift our minds and congratulate each other for success instead of alienating or punishing each other, we won’t be able to achieve greatness. Our worst stereotypes can be the ones we hold about ourselves. Being “a real Indian” is NOT being poor, unemployed, uneducated, suffering abuse or an addiction.


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