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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

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