By Tim Giago (Nanwica Kciji, Stands Up For Them)
On December 29, 1990, the Lakota people gathered to mourn the 100th anniversary of the massacre of t...
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On crystal clear nights when winter winds whistle through the hills and canyons around Wounded Knee Creek, the Lakota elders say it is so cold that you can hear the twigs snapping in the frigid air.
The Lakota people say that only 50 people out of the original 350 followers of Sitanka (Big Foot) survived the massacre.
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