Russell Means & Tatanka Means

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Short Bull, a member of the Sioux tribe, was born in about 1845. He was a warrior who fought at the Battle of the Little Big Horn, and a medicine man who brought the Ghost Dance religion to the Lakotas.
a young man wearing a black hoodie with red and white designs on the chest
Tatanka Means - Lakota <3
an older man is sitting on a couch with his hand in his pocket and looking off into the distance
Russell Means - Oglala Lakota and my hero
a black and white photo of a man in front of a wall with an elephant's head on it
Tatanka Means <3 - Lakota
some people are standing in the street with signs and flags on their heads while one person holds up a basketball hoop
Nataani Means
a man in a black hoodie is sitting down with his hands on his knees
Tatanka Means <3 <3 - (Oglala Lakota, Navajo, Omaha)
a young man in a red shirt leaning against a brick wall and looking at the camera
Tatanka Means <3 <3 - (Oglala Lakota, Navajo, Omaha)
an image from indigenouss life movement ongoing prayer circles in north dakota
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Native American Healing Quotes | Native American Russel Means quote | Light Feather of the North
an old black and white photo of a man holding a baby on top of a mountain
RM & his son Tatanka
a man sitting on steps wearing a black hat
Tatanka Means
a man standing in front of a basketball hoop
Nataanii Means- The Radical (ft. Russell Means)
Nataanii Means- The Radical (ft. Russell Means)
two men standing next to each other in front of a crowd holding their hands up
Leonard Crow Dog's 1971 Sun Dance was one of the first held since 1890. For many it was the first time they could pray their own Nation's prayers. As a result he spent 27 months in solitary confinement. His father had protected him from American School's linguistic and religious genocide, and taught him the First Nation's Faith. First Nation religion only became legal in the United States in 1978.
a man with a bandana on his head standing in the middle of a desert
Tatanka Means - Oglala Lakota, Navajo, Omaha