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Queen Yonasda

Queen YoNasDa, pronounced Yo-Naja-Ha

Entrepreneur/ National Community Organizer

Public Speaker/ Published Writer/ Media Personality


YoNasDa  (Yo-Naja- Ha) LoneWolf, born during the American Indian Movement & 1978's The Longest Walk in Washington, DC. She is Oglala Lakota and African American. Her late mother, an Oglala Lakota (Sioux) Wauneta Lonewolf was a renowned motivational speaker, substance abuse, gang prevention counselor and healer.  Her father, who is African American, is a fine artist. 

Queen YoNasDa is a living example of the saying “No Nation Can Rise Higher Than Its Woman”. Currently, she is a National Community Organizer, Entrepreneur, media personality and a motivational speaker.

The City of South Fulton (Georgia) proclaimed Nov.21st as "Queen YoNasDa Appreciation Day". 


Being self-driven she is living her divine calling from her early beginnings in the entertainment industry as a rap artist and choreographer for BET’S own Teen Summit to her most recent work as an active activist and a voice against any injustice that affects people worldwide. She has used entertainment to bring awareness on the condition of oppressed people whether it's releasing two albums and touring with Wutang Clan or performing at the Annual Gathering of Nations Pow Wow and Festival she walks in many cultural paths. She has also used this influence to organize many events uniting all people together. She has coined "edu-tainement" in all of her organzing efforts.

Dig a Little deeper in to her resume and you will find that Queen YoNasDa was the brainchild behind #BMoreYouthRise and the National Stop the Killing rallies and marches after two of her friends and cousins were killed by police brutality. She organized cities from Phoenix, AZ to Baltimore, MD and was asked by the family of Mike Brown Jr in Ferguson, MO to speak at his 1-year anniversary. Which her electrifying speech made it on all international media platforms and she was featured in Elle Magazine (France) as one of the women in the Stopping Police Brutality Movement that is changing America. When YoNasDa Lonewolf is not protesting in the streets you can catch her speaking to college and high school students. She also was on the BET Rap it Up Tour, promoting sexual education. Since 2006, she has directed entertainment panel discussions at various colleges and universities . This truth-teller is a published writer  and artistry to the world with a children’s book called “The Adventures of Star Song” and a daily devotional book called “Journey 2 Peace”.

She has hosted a radio show on Chuck D and Atlanta's "Voice of the People" radio. Currently she is the host and creator of "Walk In My Mocassins". podcast.


 In October 2015 she was a special guest on NYC Power 105’s The Breakfast Club where she spoke on “Indigenous Peoples Day.” From the huge response she was asked to be on The Breakfast Club several times bringing more Native American leaders with her to educate people on the plight of Indigenous culture and events.


She spearheaded a 32 and a 64 cities fundraising events called Hip Hop 4 Haiti, and Hip Hop 4 Flint in 2016. In September 2017 she started Hip Hop 4 Foundation and spearheaded 15 cities for Hip Hop 4 The People after the devasting hurricane that hit Texas, Florida and the Carribean. YoNasDa was on the executive planning committee and co-convener for the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March- Justice or Else! She also accepted the invitation to be the National Co-Convener of the Womens March. 

YoNasDa Lonewolf have used her influence and business expertise to collaborate with Black businesses and also Native American owned businesses with various products from clothing to body care products. 



YoNasDa Lonewolf is a woman with a purpose of promoting love, justice and equality.


Yonasda Lonewolf is available for speaking engagements and conducts workshops in the areas of:



Social Justice

Cultural Empowerment

Men and Women Empowerment

Youth Leadership

Revolutionary Healing - Spiritual Retreats

For booking and interview inquiries please contact

14 years ago my mother Wauneta Lonewolf passed away from lung cancer (she never smoked). There's not a day that goes by where I don't think of her. I thank God for her as a mother and my best friend. She always saw me as a leader and a woman that will empower and heal people. She was always amazed on how I was always being friends with her friends and it's still like that today ;-). Mommie I know you would be happy to know you now have 4 beautiful grandchildren between Julio and myself. I thank you for the way you raised Julio and I. I miss you sooo much and I know one day I will be by your side again.


Rest in Paradise Momma Wolf 😍

Wauneta Lonewolf, My Mother

My Kings...My Legacy


I gave them life and they gave me a reason to live!

Forever In My Heart!
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