Become a Member

Strengthen your connection to the Lakota people and with the Lakota People’s Law Project team.


Choose Your Circle

Click on your level to start or renew your membership.

Unity Circle
$10+ per month* or $120 annually

Establish your commitment to winning justice with the Lakota.

You'll now have access to:
  • Membership Webinars
  • 5% Store Discount

* $5/month Unity Circle membership available to students, unemployed, low- and fixed-income people. Join here.

Protector Circle
$35+ per month or $420 annually

Deepen your friendship with the Lakota people.

All Unity Circle benefits plus:
  • Interactive Online Mixers
  • 10% Store Discount
Wisdom Circle
$100+ per month or $1,200 annually

Become part of the Lakota People’s Law Project family.

All Unity and Protector Circle benefits plus:
  • Dedicated Staff Liaison
  • Household Access (2 adults per household)
Vision Circle
$500+ per month or $5,000 annually

Join the Vision Circle and connect with a select group of people who share your level of involvement while getting to know our team on a 1:1 basis.


Join the community of people making change with the Lakota.

Cante HeartSupporter since 2016
Z JohnsonSupporter since 2018
Christopher BriccaSupporter since 2005
Manish ChandraSupporter since 2019
Joy BinahSupporter since 2017
Wakinyan HardenSupporter since 2016

Boost Your Impact

As a member, you become part of the foundation that supports the ongoing work of winning justice with the Lakota people.

Get Plugged In

Get personal access to the thought makers and action takers leading the charge.

Deepen Your Connection

Become a key voice in a group of peers who share your strong dedication to justice.

Take the Next Step

Move beyond donation requests and create greater impact in the ways that matter most to you.


The leaders of all the Lakota tribes and I are deeply grateful to the Lakota People's Law Project for fighting on behalf of our nation. This is a pivotal moment in the history of Native American people. We thank you for standing with us.

Chief Joseph Brings Plenty – former Cheyenne River Tribal Chairman