Friday, September 9

A History and Future of Resistance


"Mounted Lakota warriors, their horses resplendent in traditional regalia, charge a line of law enforcement. They gallop headlong, push back the police, pull up only at the last moment, and then circle back for more. The scene could be the Battle of the Little Bighorn, circa 1876. But it’s not. Here, along the banks of the Missouri River, just beyond the boundary of the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota, indigenous land and water defenders are standing together to block the Dakota Access Pipeline, which threatens their land, water, ancestral burial grounds, and future generations. ..."
Jacobin
W - Wounded Knee incident
W - American Indian Movement
W - Red Power movement
W - Wounded Knee Massacre
W - Russell Means

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