Prior to the colonization of America, Arapaho homelands were the front range of the Rockies. "When the white men arrived they put us on a reservation and took away our horses," explained Elk Sage, Program Director for the Northern Arapaho Suicide Prevention Program. Now, he helps teach Arapaho children to ride horses as a connector to their history and culture.
|Director||Charles Germain, Dianne Duncan Perrote|
|Producers||Charles Germain, Dianne Duncan Perrote|
|Captions and subtitles||English [CC] Details|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly Details|
|Format||Prime Video (streaming online video)|
|Devices||Available to watch on supported devices|