From August 4 to August 8, 2021.
Sam Ojeda is a Yoreme from the Tahue Clan. The word tahue in yoremnoki, the language of the Yoreme, means hawk. The Yoreme Nation is located in the Northwest of Mexico.
Sam is a man who has deep respect and love for nature and the Native American way of life. He is a teacher, a translator, a storyteller, a ceremonialist, a pow-wow drummer and singer, a flute player, a guitar player, a traditional dancer, a sweat lodge helper and fire keeper, a drum maker, and an artisan.
Sam's artwork has the honour of being displayed in Native exhibits in Western Europe, and his one-man crafts company, Runs-on-Fire, continues to flourish as his hand-made objects continue to be sought the world-over by healers and medicine helpers.
Samuel continues to participate in conferences, workshops, sharings, and talks on Native American issues, giving his unconditional support to the people who promote the well-being of our beloved Mother Earth through his art and prayer.