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October 08, 2018

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Celebrating Native American Day

For all of us at Wild Idea Buffalo Company, we believe that the buffalo are a conduit for connecting and building bridges where so much has been broken. We are honored to have the opportunity to work with our Native brothers and sisters, as colleagues and buffalo sourcing partners. Our diverse community celebrated Native American Day all weekend. Below are some images of the festivities and the beautiful people that represent it.



A special thank you to our Native team members (apologies to those not included), who work very hard to bring you fabulous, healthy red meat, and, to all of our team members who participated this weekend. Philámayaye.

 

 

 


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David Loppi

October 08, 2018

Yes we are all related

Donna Sampayan

October 08, 2018

Love the Native American celebrations….I am Oklahoma Choctaw/chickasaw

Terry

October 08, 2018

Great photos of the celebration. What town where the photos taken in? I would enjoy seeing more photos of our Native Americans.

Debra Jouglard Russell

October 08, 2018

Thank you for sharing the photos.

Daryl Peterson

October 08, 2018

Looks like these are from Rapid City. We had a great parade here in Sioux Falls as well.
So good to be celebrating Native American Day instead of Columbus.

john j Ziskowski

October 09, 2018

When filling out forms, I am always asked about my race: and I always put down “Human”…and nothing else.

Anne Clare

October 09, 2018

I’m with John J Ziskowski!! I think that’s a GREAT idea!!!
And thank you for sharing the pictures. . .

Pamela Fairbanks

October 09, 2018

Thank you. It’s wonderful to see inclusion and recognition of contributions.

Lika Olotoa

October 09, 2018

Wonderful photos! We are all brothers and sisters all across the world . Love from Los Angeles, CA

Joyce Cross

October 09, 2018

Thank you for sharing these wonderful photos

DEBORAH A CIESLEWSKI

October 10, 2018

0’siyo, my brothers and sisters,it is time we make peace with the washicue,beautiful day for a powwow native american day is our day to celebrate and enjoy life

Lynn Willis

October 10, 2018

Fabulous photos!!!!! Thanks so much for sharing them with us.

Milly Carol Caster

October 11, 2018

Being part Cherokee, missed by ‘number’ though, the longer I live, the more I realize this slogan to be true. It doesn’t matter that another person doesn’t believe we are related. Human is human. We just have to protect that person from themselves and the rest of humanity, gently.

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