Too Fantastic to Be True

Even when the “final solution” became apparent, why did the ...


View

James Abourezk

Browse the NOW and THEN James Abourezk titles listed below.

Wounded Knee 1973: Still Bleeding

United States History

In 1973 the American Indian Movement occupied the symbolic site of Wounded Knee village in a protest against the U.S. government. Stew Magnuson tells why the anger and resentment on both sides continues to this day.

Tags:  Native American - Federal Government - American Indians - AIM - Lakota - Oglala - Wounded Knee - Dick Wilson - Russell Means - Clyde Bellecourt - Dennis Banks - Anna Mae Aquash - Adrienne Fritze - Perry Ray Robinson - Leonard Peltier - Joseph Trimbach - James Abourezk - Fred Nichol - William Kunstler - Mark Lane - Paul DeMain

View