What We Do

Ensure that all activities are grounded in Indigenous values by incorporating the Lakȟóta and Dakȟóta language into every aspect of the organization.

Engage all citizen of Iŋyaŋ Woslál Háŋ in planning, design, and development, specifically the vision of the youth and guidance of the elders.

Stimulate and foster leadership skills to encourage active civic participation in the governance and development of the community.

Mentorship Program: mentoring Iŋyaŋ Woslál Háŋ people via cultural education, including but not limited to various youth camps, interactions with culture bearers, and community classes.

Economic and Housing Development: developing sustainable, healthy communities through affordable housing and economic development.

Food Sovereignty: building local food systems that improve health, create local jobs, and boost the economy, including but not limited to community gardens, farms, farmer's markets, and co-ops.