Royce Gay, left, is an Oglala Lakota Native from South Dakota who believes that Donald Trump may turn out to be a good President. Although Gay admits that he’s not a politically minded man, he believes that prayer is the answer to any and all of life’s problems. Through prayer and having a God consciousness, the troubles of the world can work out to humankind’s benefit, he says. Gay believes in keeping a positive attitude about all things, and in the photo, he’s pictured with his friend, Norm Ash, giving the “People Power” sign of a closed fist. Photo credit: Royce Gay/Facebook
The sacred and spiritual traditional medicine wheel, here, drawn in colored pencil, shows all the hues and tints of which God’s children are represented. Photo credit: Mistgod – DeviantArt
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Hermus Lone Dog, a Rosebud Sioux Native, said if Donald Trump cared about Native Americans, he would have done something to stop the attack of a militarized police force near Cannonball, N.D., that maliciously harmed many protesters with attack dogs, rubber bullets, water cannons and tear gas. Photo credit: Tech PLZ-Getty Images
James Magaska Swan said he expects nothing but negative results for Native people under a Trump Presidency, but adds that it’s always been this way, under all the Presidents. Photo credit: James Magaska Swan/UWWS Collection
The leader of the Strong Heart Warrior Society, Canupa Gluha Mani, said that Donald Trump is nothing more than a White Supremist. Flickr
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