"When the lights go out for good, my people will still be here. We...
In the Shadow of Wounded Knee. Along the southwestern border of South Dakota is one of the most poverty-stricken places in the United States-the Pine Ridge Reservation, home of the Oglala Lakota people.
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#1 Oct 28, 2012
The statement is true and there are many people who care about the Lakotas, a lot of us are descendants of other tribes. Only Congress can change things, one way is stop the foreign aid. This tax money the American workers have paid in taxes and our government sends it to foreign countries so they will be friends with us and at the same time these citizens are shooting and bombing our young troops who are there to protect these people. SWITCH this foreign aid money home to places like Pine Ridge to help our people. At least they are not out shooting or bombing our troops. The Lakotas have been punished enough, Custer deserved it.
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