Photo: Quote from the book "Where White Men Fear to Tread", by Russell Means, alluding to a 71-day armed uprising, in 1973, at Wounded Knee. Russell was an Oglala Sioux, and the first National Director of AIM, (American Indian Movement). He was also an actor, and starred in the movie "The Last Mohican". He preferred to be known as an American Indian and not an Native American.
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✿ Will Sampson (1933-1987) was an American film and television actor and artist. He was a Native American Muscogee. Sampson was imprisoned for a crime he did not commit. After he was pardoned, after serving ten years, his release came without apology or compensation.
As a child, Susan La Flesche (born June 17, 1865) had watched a sick Indian woman die because the local white doctor would not give her care. She later credited this tragedy as her inspiration to train as a physician, so she could provide care for the people she lived with on the Omaha Reservation.