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Lakota Activists: Buy Wounded Knee, Face Protests
Society & Culture  (tags: activists, corruption, environment, ethics, government, land, Lakota, Native American, rights, Wounded Knee )

Rosemary
- 605 days ago - rapidcityjournal.com
The potential sale of one of the most historically notorious sites in South Dakota history could come with the state's biggest caveat: buy Wounded Knee and plan to build there, and face the wrath of protesters. That message is being sent by Native ....
Pe' Sla: Help Save Lakota Sioux Sacred Land! Updates Link 9/6/12
Society & Culture  (tags: lakota, sacred land, black hills, dakota, nakota, land auction, donate, american indians, indigenous rights )

Nancy
- 837 days ago - care2.com
Help Lakota people buy back part of their sacred lands before it is sold and opened up for development.
URGENT - Please Sign: Give the Black Hills Back to the Sioux
Society & Culture  (tags: rights, American Indians, Sioux, Lakota, Black Hills, South Dakota, US theft, General Custer, Gold rush, the heart of all that is, Cante Wamakaognake, auction, rights, treaty, law, US Congress, President Obama, Dana Lone Hill )

Susan
- 858 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
The Sioux want to buy back their Black Hills, "the heart of all that is" before it's auctioned off on Aug. 25 for development. They urgently need our help to save it from becoming yet another wasteland. http://www.indiegogo.com/PeSla-LakotaHeartland
The Thick Dark Fog   video
Society & Culture  (tags: The Thick Dark Fog, Walter Littlemoon, Indian Boarding Schools, Lakota, human rights, PTSD, abuse, torture )

Dandelion
- 1110 days ago - youtube.com
Walter Littlemoon was forced to attend a Federal Government Boarding School on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota where his culture, language and spirituality were brutally suppressed. "The Thick Dark Fog" profiles Walter's journey to heal.
8 Year Old Lakota Girl Needs Kidney
Society & Culture  (tags: Child, kidney, organ donation, save, lakota, Native American, Indigenous, help, health )

Brigitte
- 1386 days ago - blogtalkradio.com
Please forward widely: ORGAN DONATIONS!!!! LAILA NEEDS A KIDNEY!!!!!! Laila is Lakota and she's only 8 years old - Listen here : http://www.blogtalkradio.com/claire-kaiser/2011/02 /19/lets-takl-about-it-saving-peoples-lives-throug h-organ-donation
Last Lakota Code Talker Clarence Wolf Guts Dies at 86
Society & Culture  (tags: the first nations, native, indian, souix, tribe, war, brave, code talker, lakota, Native Americans, warrior )

Kelly
- 1583 days ago - rapidcityjournal.com
When the towers of the World Trade Center fell on Sept. 11, 2001, Clarence Wolf Guts asked his son to call the U.S. Department of Defense to see if the country needed his code talking abilities to find Osama Bin Laden.
Help Provide Heat for the Lakota People on Pine Ridge
Society & Culture  (tags: lakota, lakotasioux, sioux, indians, nativeamericans, assistance, donate, Donate to charity, philanthropy, family, children, culture, ethics, safety, child, americans )

Kat
- 2236 days ago - nativeprogress.org
During this coldest part of the winter, many people on Pine Ridge Reservation are without heat in their homes.
Indigenous Native American Prophecy (Elders Speak Part 1)   video
Society & Culture  (tags: Native, American, Indigenous, Hopi, Prophecy, Lakota, Floyd, RedCrow, four, corners, Indian, activists, cleansing, cycles of earth, violence )

Gregory
- 2270 days ago - youtube.com
Beautiful wisdom from an elder. How America has come and is destined to go.We and the trees are made of the same DNA. The first World War in America occurred when Columbus landed. The message is simple. Live in harmony with your mother, the Earth.
The Lakota Will Never Forget Wounded Knee 1890
Society & Culture  (tags: Wounded Knee, 1890, Lakota, non-Indians, society, South Dakota, humans, government, ethics, americans, culture, family, rights, violence )

Tamme
- 2552 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
To the non-Indians of South Dakota and the rest of America, December 29, 1990 was another day. But to the Lakota people, December 29 was a day they commemorated every year since 1890. It was a day when nearly 300 of their relatives were shot to death in c
   

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