Sazue, who is also a member of RCCI’s Guiding Council, said the information the group presents is difficult to discuss, but if it is never addressed, then there is no awareness. She often stresses the importance of creating bridges of communication, building relationships and coming to a deeper understanding of each other.
“If you know better, you do better,” Sazue said.
The Emerging Leaders Fellowship Program is supported by the John T. Vucurevich Foundation. For more on the program, visit rccimpact.org. For a more detailed account of last month's Lakota culture presentation, click here.
Below: Tamera Miyasato, Sarah Pierce and Amy Sazue present on Lakota culture.