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Lakota Woman: Siege at Wounded Knee - YouTube

Building with the Lakota in Wounded Knee

Liberation Day Wounded Knee SD 2013

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~Sacrifice~Robbie Robertson - YouTube

Twisted Footnote to Wounded Knee: On December 29, 1890, in a ravine near Wounded Knee Creek, South Dakota, the U.S. Army, supported by American Indian mercenaries, slaughtered approximately 300 Lakota men, women and children—75% of Big Foot's Lakota community. They had already surrendered when they were brought to Wounded Knee by the army. The U.S. troops turned their weapons—including 4 rapid-fire Hotchkiss guns—against clearly defeated warriors and innocent women, children and old men.

The Tragedy of Wounded Knee (The Ghost Dance)

A.I.M right on the spiritual enslavement

Survivors of Wounded Knee

Photo Documentary: In the Shadow of Wounded Knee - Socialphy

Bobby Onco, Wounded Knee Warrior, Walks On - ICTMN.com

Chief Bigfoot from the Lakota tribe. Victim of the massacre at Wounded Knee where out of 250 Indians, 200 were killed, 62 of them mothers and children.

FIRST NATIONS ( LAKOTA PEOPLE ) ♥ Heartbreaking ♥

Pinner said: If I see one more person pin something "Native American Indian" or "red indian" I am going to kill myself. So made this, to help people learn.

Treaty 0F, American Indian, Native Americans, 1847 Powwow, Pow Wow, 0F 1847

A group of Chiricahua Apache students at Carlisle Indian school. This is history you won't learn unless you look for it. the code taler ion ww1 and2 were only code not brokenFamilies ripped apart, to take children, and teach them english, forbidden to speak their own language! Cruel,and inhumane!

Photo by Ed Nute

Buffalo kill in America. 1800s. military commanders were ordering their troops to kill buffalo — not for food, but to deny THIS QASTO native Americans their own source of food and push them into reservation life. Where millions of buffalo once roamed, only a few thousand animals remained.---This makes me sick

STEPHEN SPILLMAN Stephen Spillman

Native children during this period were taken from their homes, families, and reservations and shipped over vast distances to the boarding schools. Attendance at such schools was required of all Native children between the ages of 10-18. Children were shorn of their identities in every way, including name, style of dress, and even personal appearance... Students were... taught that they were inferior, and that the school was there to "raise them up" from savagery to the level of non-Natives.

Honor the sacred. Honor the Earth, our Mother. Honor the Elders. Honor all with whom we share the Earth:- Four-leggeds, two-leggeds, winged ones, Swimmers, crawlers, plant and rock people. Walk in balance and beauty. "YES"!