Smohalla (ca. 1815-1895) was a Native American warrior, medicine man, and spiritual leader who is best known for introducing a revitalized Washani religion amongst his people, the Wanapums (Wanapams) of America's Pacific Northwest.
Randall Robinson (born 1941) is an internationally recognized author and foreign policy activist. In 1977, he founded TransAfrica—a lobbying group dedicated to promoting "enlightened and progressive" U.S. foreign policy toward countries in Africa
and the Caribbean. As president of TransAfrica, Robinson led the U.S. campaign to bring democracy to South Africa, putting an end to that county's apartheid policies.