Indigenous Peoples across the world count for 370 million of individuals, who live in at least 70 countries and speak around 5,000 languages according to UN and UNESCO estimates. Despite the forced colonization, relocations and discrimination they had to face along centuries (and many continue do so nowadays), they have never gave up standing for their rights, and have regained a voice and a prominent international role starting from the 1970s. Indigenous cultures are extremely rich and have much to teach us, especially with regard to their spirituality and relationship with the(ir) land. This will be the core of the workshop held by Thomas (Tom) R. Porter (or in his Native American language Sakokwenionkwas, “The One Who Wins”) next 22 May in Bolzano-Bozen. Thomas has been the chief and spiritual leader of the Native American Indigenous Mohawk Community, which is located near New York (USA). In 2009, he has been awarded the honorary Doctor of Laws degree by Trent University (USA) for his invaluable contribution as Indigenous cultural educator, Elder and Spiritual Leader. The workshop is tailored for high school pupils in the morning, and university students in the afternoon. After a short introduction by the organizers, pupils and students will be involved in an interactive debate.