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Native American Consultant and Member

Southern Ute Indian Tribe


Sun Dance Chief

Southern Ute Indian Tribe


Southern Ute Spiritual Leader


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www.goupstate.com

With a group of crosses serving as a backdrop on the hillside, Kenny Frost, a spiritual leader for the Southern Ute Indian Tribe, gave the blessing and sang to pay homage to the firefighters, who were killed in the blaze July 6, 1994.


www.durangoherald.com

"We want to send the message out that we stand strong with our brothers and sisters," said Kenny Frost, a Native American consultant and member of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe.


www.indiancountry.com

Kenny Frost, Sun Dance chief for the Southern Ute Indian Tribe, Ignacio, Colorado, said he doesn't believe the government should be in charge of eagle feathers, but that it is the reality today.
"In the ideal world, it would be up to Native people [to distribute eagle feathers] because we'd know what to do and we only take what we need," he said. But, he added, at present Native people are "kind of bound" by the system. He, too, agreed with the need to prosecute those who market eagle feathers or parts.


www.goupstate.com

Kenny Frost, a Southern Ute spiritual leader, gave the blessing and sang around a group of crosses paying homage to the firefighters.


www.cortezjournal.com

No one can replace him, says Kenny Frost of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe.
I had the privilege of being with Clifford, Betsy Chapoose and Kenny Frost at a summer culture camp at Trappers Lake two decades ago, and Ill never forget walking the shores of the lake beside Clifford and learning to see a sacred Ute landscape in a new way. I learned from Clifford and Kenny Frost to give thanks after visiting a site so I offer something precious which Ive carried far water.


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