Former Dean of Education at Oglala Lakota College, tenured Professor of Education, Northern Arizona University, and currently a professor with Fielding Graduate University. Four Arrows was selected as one of 27 “Visionaries in Education” for the text, Turning Points. Author of 21 books on Indigenous Worldview and its applications for education, sustainability, wellness and justice, he is a recipient of a Martin Springer Institute for Holocaust Studies “Moral Courage Award for his activism in behalf of Indigenous Peoples and sovereignty”. He was also the first person to use Kickstarter to create a No Take Zone for preserving fisheries in the oceans. Co-editor of the Indigenous section of Sage’s new International Handbook for Critical Pedagogies, his book, Teaching Truly: A Curriculum to Indigenize Mainstream Education, was selected as one of the top 20 progressive education books along with Paulo Freire, John Dewey and Neil Postman. His newest book is The Red Road: Linking Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives to Indigenous Worldview (in press, IAP). Four Arrows is a former world class horseman and he and his horse made first alternative to the U.S. Olympic Equestrian Team for 1996. He is also a World Champion “Old Time Piano Player.” He lives with his wife in Mexico in the winter and in British Columbia in the summer.