In the Shadows of Wounded Knee – National Geographic

By Paul G on July 17, 2012
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In the Shadow of Wounded Knee

After 150 years of broken promises, the Oglala Lakota people of the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota are nurturing their tribal customs, language, and beliefs. A rare, intimate portrait shows their resilience in the face of hardship. From National Geographic.

The National Geographic has published a full look into the life of those living “In the Shadow of Wounded Knee”.  Their story includes an article, photos, audio interviews, stories from locals, and more.

 

TOPICS: Blog, Featured, Native American Culture, Native American History, News

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2 Responses to “In the Shadows of Wounded Knee – National Geographic”

  1. Rick says:

    Why all so called american people still believes that this is THEIR country, THEY’RE ALL ILLEGAL ALIENS, HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE TREATED LIKE THAT IDIOTS????

    • kevin james says:

      not very good rick. I am telling it like this, “White man claimed they were helping White people by removing the Salvaged Indians as they called them back then and there. Now it is the Native American Indian that will save us from the White man. AIM, I’m all for it, this country and the one I live in, Kanata belongs to the indigenous peoples.

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