Cankú Lúta (Red Road, Inc.)
Cankú Lúta, a national 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded by Tokalas, is committed to education, service, and preservation of American Indian Culture.


Make a Tax- Deductible Donation

As a Grassroots organization, we depend on donations from individuals and other small organizations.

Food Drives

Why We Do Food Drives
Past Food Drives
Organize a Food Drive

Support Our Soup Kitchen

Support Treaty Elders of the Lakota Nation's Trip to Washington D.C

Grassroots Self-Sufficiency Initiative

Donate Fabric, Art Supplies, Seeds, Equipment....more

Donate a Truck, Trailer or Van


Buy a T-shirt

Proceeds support The Buffalo Project

How To Help

Donations - Make a tax-deductible donation to Canku Luta

Food or fund drive - Organize one in your community - Contact us for more information - Click here to see food being delivered after last year's tornado at Pine Ridge

Soup Kitchen/Food Bank - Make a monetary or in-kind donation

Treaty Elders Trip - Support the Treaty Elders of the Lakota Nation's Trip to Washington D.C.

Grassroots Self-Sufficiency - Make a monetary or in-kind donation

Donate a Truck, Trailer, or Van - Trucks and trailers are needed for food transportation; vans are needed to transport elders

Shop Online for Thousands of Products and Services - Canku Luta earns points (and money) with each purchase you make

Long Distance Plan - A long distance telephone plan that saves you money and benefits Canku Luta

eBay Auctions - Bid on (or tell a friend about) our auctions at - Our Seller User ID is redroad7

Canku Luta T-Shirt - Purchase one with our new original design sketched inside the Pine Ridge Occupation!

Special Tours - Plan now for the Grassroots Indian Nation Tour, June 24- July 6, 2001

Indigenous Millenium - Support our multi-day Concert, September 2001

Cankú Lúta, in the language of the Lakota people, means Red Road. The Red Road is the Good Road of Life, the path that we aspire to walk with our children and their children, and ALL OUR RELATIONS.

Hear a Lakota Song
Hear another Lakota Song

Who Are Tokalas?

In Memory of "Jun" Little

Treaties & Land Rights

What is Indian Sovereignty?
Indigenous Peoples Granted Forum at U.N.
Treaty Elders of Lakota Nation's Trip to Washington D.C.
1851 Fort Laramie Treaty
1868 Fort Laramie Treaty

Grassroots Lakota Oyate Occupation

Revolution Long in Coming
Bury the News at Wounded Knee
Lakota Oyate Press Releases & News
Official Grassroots Lakota Oyate Website
Limited Edition Occupation T-Shirt

News Links

Toxic Sacred Artifacts
Drug War on Hemp
BIA Loses Billions

Grassroots Indian Nation Tour

Indigenous Millenium

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