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Protests Against Racism Continue In Rapid City

SOUTH DAKOTA – Roughly 100 people took part in a peaceful march against racism in Rapid City this Thursday afternoon.

Protestors expressed anger over what they see as unfair treatment of Native people in the justice system and unfair economic conditions. 56 more words

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Congressional Black Caucus of "Oreo's" and "Uncle Toms" Ignore Killing of Civil Rights Worker

So much for “Black History Month”on the part of the Congressional Black Caucus…especially when it comes to the Murder of Black Civil Rights worker Perry Ray Robinson Jr., murdered on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in 1973. 511 more words

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Incident at Oglala

Incident at Oglala is a documentary by British filmmaker Michael Apted about the killing of two FBI agents on a South Dakota Indian reservation which led to the murder conviction of Leonard Peltier. 1,072 more words

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Everybody Powwow! - A journey into the Badlands.

Everybody Powwow! The back story (part 1)

On February 27th, 1973, an American public, wearied by the Vietnam War, woke to the unreal prospect of guerrilla war in its own heartland. 896 more words

Everybody Powwow

"Indian Country" opens at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture

NEW MEXICO – Indian Country: The Art of David Bradley, an exhibit of paintings and sculpture, opens at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture on Sunday, Feb. 376 more words

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Join us on "Make No Bones About It", for an On the Air Reunited after 29 yrs. February 8th at 5pm

Join us on “Make No Bones About It.” February 8th, 2015 at 5pm  for the on air  reunited after 29 years to the date we hear from GW Galbreath & Michael Lane. 38 more words

Make No Bones Shows

PELTIERITES: WOW HARVEY! Just One Question...

Peltierites: Wow Harvey! Just one question…

Dear Supporters:

Harvey Arden has been an ardent (no pun intended), almost militant supporter of Peltier for many years. Helping Peltier with “Prison Writings,” the cover of which states, “Edited by Harvey Arden.” He continues to speak out to whomever will listen with his belief in Peltier’s alleged “wrongful conviction.” A conviction he believes is based on centuries of Indian persecution and contrived criminal charges. 883 more words

Leonard Peltier