In 2009, Hocikala’s literacy concept was Lakota Heritage pride. This year, 2010, Hocikala’s purpose and moving forward, is to inspire the journey to dream and ways to prevent thoughts of suicide through positive and inspiring creativity. In 2009, Hocikala, published the youth’s drawings and writings to the Lakota Country Times which set the tone for youth participation and inspiration to continue to write. - Issue #3

In 2009, Hocikala’s literacy concept was Lakota Heritage pride. This year, 2010, Hocikala’s purpose and moving forward, is to inspire the journey to dream and ways to prevent thoughts of suicide through positive and inspiring creativity. In 2009, Hocikala, published the youth’s drawings and writings to the Lakota Country Times which set the tone for youth participation and inspiration to continue to write. - Issue #3

In 2009, Hocikala’s literacy concept was Lakota Heritage pride. This year, 2010, Hocikala’s purpose and moving forward, is to inspire the journey to dream and ways to prevent thoughts of suicide through positive and inspiring creativity. In 2009, Hocikala, published the youth’s drawings and writings to the Lakota Country Times which set the tone for youth participation and inspiration to continue to write. - Issue #4 Draft

In 2009, Hocikala’s literacy concept was Lakota Heritage pride. This year, 2010, Hocikala’s purpose and moving forward, is to inspire the journey to dream and ways to prevent thoughts of suicide through positive and inspiring creativity. In 2009, Hocikala, published the youth’s drawings and writings to the Lakota Country Times which set the tone for youth participation and inspiration to continue to write. - Issue #4 Draft

In 2009, Hocikala’s literacy concept was Lakota Heritage pride. This year, 2010, Hocikala’s purpose and moving forward, is to inspire the journey to dream and ways to prevent thoughts of suicide through positive and inspiring creativity. In 2009, Hocikala, published the youth’s drawings and writings to the Lakota Country Times which set the tone for youth participation and inspiration to continue to write. - Issue #2

In 2009, Hocikala’s literacy concept was Lakota Heritage pride. This year, 2010, Hocikala’s purpose and moving forward, is to inspire the journey to dream and ways to prevent thoughts of suicide through positive and inspiring creativity. In 2009, Hocikala, published the youth’s drawings and writings to the Lakota Country Times which set the tone for youth participation and inspiration to continue to write. - Issue #2

In 2009, Hocikala’s literacy concept was Lakota Heritage pride. This year, 2010, Hocikala’s purpose and moving forward, is to inspire the journey to dream and ways to prevent thoughts of suicide through positive and inspiring creativity. In 2009, Hocikala, published the youth’s drawings and writings to the Lakota Country Times which set the tone for youth participation and inspiration to continue to write. - Issue #1

In 2009, Hocikala’s literacy concept was Lakota Heritage pride. This year, 2010, Hocikala’s purpose and moving forward, is to inspire the journey to dream and ways to prevent thoughts of suicide through positive and inspiring creativity. In 2009, Hocikala, published the youth’s drawings and writings to the Lakota Country Times which set the tone for youth participation and inspiration to continue to write. - Issue #1

Artwork by Linda "Great Spirit, I am Mother." as seen on: http://nativeamericanencyclopedia.com/great-spirit-mother-native-american-prayer/.

Artwork by Linda "Great Spirit, I am Mother." as seen on: http://nativeamericanencyclopedia.com/great-spirit-mother-native-american-prayer/.

When the blood in your veins returns to the sea and the earth in your bones returns to the ground, perhaps then you will remember that this land does not belong to you, it is you who belong to this land. Different quote & author: Everything on earth has a purpose. Every disease an herb to cure it, and every person a mission. This is the native american Theory of Existence. - Morning Dove, Salish. (This isn't a picture of Morning Dove)

When the blood in your veins returns to the sea and the earth in your bones returns to the ground, perhaps then you will remember that this land does not belong to you, it is you who belong to this land. Different quote & author: Everything on earth has a purpose. Every disease an herb to cure it, and every person a mission. This is the native american Theory of Existence. - Morning Dove, Salish. (This isn't a picture of Morning Dove)

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