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Lakota Wounded Knee

We Bleed Too: Tony Bush, PTSD and the Discharge Status of Vietnam Veterans

K.J. Wetherholt | Posted 11.04.2013 | Politics
K.J. Wetherholt

Despite the U.S. government having traditionally subjugated, marginalized, and even committed genocide against the Lakota, members of the Oglala nation have served in every branch of the service both before and since the Snyder Act (1924) and the Nationality Act of 1940 made Native Americans legal U.S. Citizens.

Holocaust Museum of the Indigenous People Should Be Built at Wounded Knee

Tim Giago | Posted 06.29.2013 | Politics
Tim Giago

It would be prophetic if the Oglala Sioux Tribe would build a holocaust museum to educate and to remind the world of what happened to the indigenous people of the Western Hemisphere.

'Wiping Away the Tears' at Wounded Knee

Tim Giago | Posted 03.02.2013 | Politics
Tim Giago

In a nation where memories of tragedies fade so quickly, the slaughter of the innocents at Wounded Knee has never been forgotten.

December 29, 'A Day That Will Live in Infamy' for the Lakota

Tim Giago | Posted 02.27.2012 | Crime
Tim Giago

The next morning, December 29, while forced to line up for further searches a weapon discharged and the massacre at Wounded Knee began. Without weapons, the Lakota warriors shouted to the women and children to flee and they fought the soldiers with their bare hands.