Tag: the battle of wounded knee

Standing Rock Standing Strong: A Call to All Nations

If history has shown us one thing, it is that this system fears a culture that honors the earth as sacred simply because they will not participate in its destruction and they will die to protect it? this system will kill whole races of peoples to get that wiped...

The Ties That Bind: Part 1

A few days ago I posted a short blurb on my Facebook page reminding Haudenosaunee people that our Confederacy has a long standing treaty relationship with the Sioux Nations. I was thoroughly surprised by the positive response I got from folks all over Turtle Island as this post shared...

Anniversary of the Wounded Knee Massacre

December 29 marks the anniversary of the Battle of Wounded Knee. This 1890 conflict is what many people call the last battle of the Indian wars in the United States. That is inaccurate, however. In 1889, the U.S. government divided land that belonged to the Lakota into five The...

A history of critics getting our story wrong

Mainstream press had a bumper crop of anti-Indian articles last year. The Wall Street Journal seemed to be on a holy mission to portray Indian people and issues in a negative light. So did myriad print and broadcast reporters and commentators in Connecticut and at least half of shouting...

Contrasting the times: Coolidge in the Black Hills in 1927

When President George W. Bush gave a speech in the Black Hills of South Dakota recently, boosting the Congressional campaign of his old friend Gov. William Janklow, he had scarcely a word to say about Indian issues. In marked contrast, another Republican president came to the Black Hills, land...

Comanche: ‘survivor’ of the Little Bighorn battle

LAWRENCE, Kan. - A large part of the recent "Celebration of the Horse" in Commemoration of the 125th anniversary of the Battle of the Little Bighorn in Montana was a fund-raiser to help preserve its most famous 'survivor' in a display at the University of Kansas.Various accounts from who...

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