Advocate for At-Risk Lakota Moms and children
Kitty Farmer has a life-long interest in the well being of children. She holds a masters degree in child development and taught in rural communities where she saw first hand the toxic combination of racism and poverty. As a literary agent, she placed books on the New York Times and placed the title, Crossfire, with Oliver Stone, that led to the creation of the film, JFK. Kitty now leads the campaign for the new sustainable building for the Oglala Sioux Tribe Healthy Start program.