FundRasing Time

Ok people we are now fundrasing for our Annual Ride, please feel free to use our paypal button to make donations to this ride, you help will go a long way to making sure our youth can conitnue with their prayers for our Native Nations.
your donations will help in paying for transportation of horses and riders to and from Little Eagle South Dakota to Pine Ridge this is a 15 day ride.
heres oue list that we are in need of
Hay and feed for the horses, hooded sleeping bags or amry sleeping bags, winter gloves, and teen to adult winter jackets.
Contact List:
Charley New Holy (605) 454-0481 Youth Advisor
Chub Thunder Hawk (605) 407-0601 Spiritual Elder
Brice Little Thunder (605) 821-9153 Youth Leadership Council
Jerry Young Bull Bear (605) 441-2563 / 455-2282 Youth Leadership Council
Lisa Mavis Lone Eagle (605) 407-0495 Youth Leadership Council
Randall (605) 200-9221 Youth Leadership Council

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Native Sun News: Elders hand Big Foot Ride to future generation Thursday, October 21, 2010

Native Sun News: Elders hand Big Foot Ride to future generation
Thursday, October 21, 2010

The following story was written and reported by Randall Howell. All content © Native Sun News.
Bernice White Hawk, Charley New Holy, Chubb Thunder Hawk


Anpowin While Plume, Jeremiah Young Bull, Rosie Lipp

MANDERSON, SOUTH DAKOTA — This year – the 120th anniversary of Chief Big Foot’s ride into disaster on the creek banks of Wounded Knee – marks a significant transition from elders to youth leadership for the annual trek.

“The younger generation – young men and young women – need to step up. That was our planning several years ago … to put our younger leaders in front of our elders,” said Chubb Thunder Hawk, Porcupine, during yet another planning session for what is transitioning from the SiTanka Wokiksuye/Chief Big Foot Memorial Ride to Future Generation Riders/Oomaka Tokatukiya. Read the rest of this entry

O’maka Tokatakiya Ride-Ogalala SD_spokesperson Charley NewHoly

O’maka Tokatakiya Ride-Ogalala SD_spokesperson Charley NewHoly

by NAMAPAHH Radio

12-18-10_O’maka Tokatakiya Ride-Ogalala SD_spokesperson Charley NewHoly will be my guest on NAMAPAHH First People’s Radio speaking about the Annual Spiritual Horseback Ride by Native American Youth!(one group is already riding NOW!) Date & Time of Ride: Wednesday, December 15 at 6:00am – December 29 at 11:30pm Location: from Little Eagle South Dakota to Wounded Knee South Dakota Please tune in & Support the Omaka Tokatakiya / Future Generations Ride. Read the rest of this entry

Lakota Riders in Prague

Lakota Riders in Prague
A Photography project in Praha 1, Czech Republic by Ken Marchionno

About this project

In 2004 I was invited by members of the Lakota Indian nation to photograph the O’maka Tokatakiya, Future Generations Ride. It is an annual event, over two weeks in December, following the trail that lead to the Wounded Knee Massacre in 1890. It runs nearly three hundred miles on horseback across the South Dakota winter and was originally a memorial to Chief Big Foot and those who were slain. In 1990, the hundredth anniversary of the massacre, a Wiping of the Tears Ceremony signaled the end of mourning and was a nod toward the future. Read the rest of this entry

Future Generations Teen Photojournalism Project

The Future Generations Teen Photojournalism Project started in 2006.

Jessica Peters and TaTanka Canté Hokshila (TC) Hill, both from Wakpala, Standing Rock Reservation, were the first students. They were given cameras and photographed the 2006 Oomaka Tokatakiya, Future Generations Ride–each night downloading images and making prints for the riders along the way. You can see their work here. Read the rest of this entry

O’maka Tokatakiya ‘Future Generation Ride’

Young Lakota riders complete another year of prayer 2010-12-29
By Vi Waln Times Editor

WOUNDED KNEE, SD – They gave up their warm beds and spent Christmas away from their families. For the last two weeks many Lakota young people have been committed to prayer as they rode their horses along the same frozen trail Chief Big Foot and his band followed 120 years ago after the murder of Sitting Bull on Standing Rock. Read the rest of this entry