John L Plenty Wolf
Chief, Spiritual Leader
President of White Horse Creek Council
Treasurer of White Horse Creek Council
I am a member of the Northern Arapaho, Eastern Shoshone & Blackfoot Nations. My family is from the Wind River Indian Reservation in Fort Washakie, Wyoming. I currently reside in Lakewood, Colorado. I attend Community College of Denver in Denver, Colorado. I am completing my Associates Degree in Cannabis Business and will continue with my Bachelors of Cannabis Science. I have been a part of the Denver native community most of my life. The start of my connection to our community began with my love and passion for powwow dancing. With powwow dancing I had many humbling and rewarding opportunities. Non profits, advocating and community work have become a part of my passion. I am eager to contribute my assets and skills to the White Horse Creek Council. Aho, Thank you.
Hello everyone, thank you for the opportunity to introduce myself! I am honored to be a member of White Horse Creek Council. I care deeply about environmental and social justice and furthering efforts to restore land, water, and sovereignty rights to Indigenous peoples and reindigenizing the land. I joined a community of frontlines Water Protectors in the fight to stop Line 3, a tar sands oil pipeline desecrating sacred lands and watersheds in so-called Minnesota. I am currently based in San Francisco and come from St. Louis where I was blessed to volunteer at an urban farm whose mission centered on Black and Brown farmers and food sovereignty. I also care deeply about housing rights and organizing to keep unhoused neighbors safe in California and beyond - nobody is illegal on stolen land.
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