^ "Cochise Anderson, a Chickasaw and Mississippi Choctaw from Oklahoma..."
^ "Born in Anchorage, Alaska to a full-blood Inupiat Eskimo mother and a half Cree/half French Canadian father... A manifestation of her love for her Native People is Irene's ongoing involvement in Aboriginal rights and her willingness to be outspoken on issues and at events."
^ "Moses Brings Plenty is a Lakota born at Pine Ridge reservation. Young spiritual leader, he carries within him the voices of his ancestors and particularly Crazy Horse."
^ "Rodney A. Grant is a well-known celebrity in the Native Community. A Native American actor who is in support of Native American issues and is always willing to speak for the Native American people."
^ "Stephanie Kramer also intends to resume her music career, preparing a new album. Meanwhile, she devotes herself to Indian children. "I'm half Cherokee. I'd like so much for these children, who are a bit mine, to continue their studies. Life is hard In their land ravaged by extreme poverty. Thanks to an official organization, we can help them." The good-hearted actress has even taken a little girl from the Hopi tribe under her wing and she contributes a lot of money."
^ "Over the past 12 years Zahn McClarnon (Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux) has made dozens of appearances on TV, cable network movies and feature films."
^ "The L.A. Times has described him as the most famous American Indian since Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse."
^ "Wayne is very proud of his Native American heritage and had the distinguished honor of hosting the first ever “Native American Music Awards,” where he was voted the “Native American Entertainer of the Year.”"