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Richard Little Hawk Joins Native Nations Rebuilders

Friday, December 2, 2011   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Max Rodriguez
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Antioch alum Richard Little Hawk (Oglala Sioux) was named part of the third cohort of the Bush Foundation's Native Nation Rebuilders Program, committed to advancing the self-determination of their nations. He will support Native nations through youth programs, colleges, health care, non-profits, tribal administration, and tribal councils. He was selected for his public spirited leadership and commitment to helping tribes realize their unique nation-rebuilding goals.

Richard Little Hawk (Oglala Sioux) works for the Wakpamni District Task Force as a community development specialist. He served six years on tribal council, spent several years as a tribal prosecutor, and currently serves on several boards and committees. Little Hawk received a legal technician certificate from the Antioch School of Law.

Read the full article in The Native American Times, "Bush Foundation Announces Third Cohort of Native Nations Rebuilders."

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