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Sequoia Crosswhite is dedicated to preserving and passing on the stories of the Lakota people. As a tour guide in Black Hills, South Dakota, he educates others about the 10,000-year-old native culture, taking them on journeys through the sacred lands and ancient petroglyphs. By walking others through the footsteps of his ancestors, Crosswhite is carrying on and protecting Lakota culture for generations to come.
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