Westerman was a member of the Dakota Sioux tribe and has made a name for himself since his career debut in a 1988 episode of"MacGyver", becoming one of the most recognizable Native Americans working in film and television. He also appeared on "Walker, Texas Ranger".
Red Crow is an ambassador of Good Will representing the International Indian Treaty Council. He has been since the time of its inception.
Red Crow publicized the plight of the Rainforest People who are dying along with the rain forests while touring the world with Sting.
Red Crow first appeared on television in MacGyver in 1988.
Red Crow testified before the World Uranium Hearing in Salzburg in 1992.
Red Crow's middle name, Kanghi Duta, was handed down from his great-grandfather.
Red Crow most enjoyed studies in speech, theater, and art during his college years.
Red Crow graduated from Northern State College in South Dakota. He majored in secondary education.
Red Crow was sent to boarding school when he was seven. There he made some lifelong friends and first picked up the guitar.
Red Crow was born on the Sisseton-Wahpeton Reservation.
Red Crow underwent a successful lung transplant operation in 2006.
Red Crow has met Prince Charles, President Mitterrand of France, the later Pope John Paul II, and the King and Queen of Spain.
Red Crow's songs have helps spread the American Indian Movement's message throughout the world.
Red Crow made his big screen debut in the movie Renegades.
Floyd is a spokesperson for Lakota pain reliever.
A renowned American Indian activist-singer-songwriter.--
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Is a Dakota Sioux.
Red Crow: (about the nuclear power industry) It's the worst thing man ever invented. It's stupid. It's like jumping in front of a moving train. It's Pandora's box. You can't get rid of the waste. The future is supposed to be built around what's good for children, not industries. I think this country is bankrupt when it comes to imagination and enacting the principles of the seventh generation.
Red Crow: You bite the bullet at the beginning and then somehow survive. Survival is easy when there is no other choice.
Red Crow: Right now, I feel so grateful that I'm able to approach life with a deeper appreciation than ever. We take so much for granted, including our breath. It's a gift. I give thanks now when I wake up with the birds chirping, can take a breath of air and do things I thought I'd never get to do again—like singing—which is really what I'm about.