Robin Zephier

Robin Zephier
History, South Dakota Authors, Tribal

Robin L. Zephier, Sungila Sapa (Black Fox), is a Mnincoju Lakota and a child of Creator. He works as an attorney and lives with his wife Patti and their little JoJo in the sacred He Sapa (Black Hills) in Rapid City. Zephier enjoys writing, hiking, reading, sightseeing, drawing, sports, and activism for indigenous causes, Unci Maka (Grandmother Earth) protection, and Lakota rights. Warrior Is, written with his brother Harley, tells the story of their great-grandfather, Mato Niyanpi (Saved by Bear). He is working on a screenplay and a sequel.

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