Massive Sioux Indian Reservation Battles Snow with 3 Ploughs

February 10, 2010 by Russell Means Freedom  
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By Denis Campbell As we have seen in the blizzards in Washington and New York 100s of crews of snowploughs and front-end loaders work feverishly to open roads, airports and railway tracks. But, what if you lived in the Cheyenne Sioux Indian Reservation of South Dakota and there were only three snowploughs to clear an [...]

Russell Means, A Portrait

February 9, 2010 by Russell Means Freedom  
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Title: Russell Means Lakota Name: Oyate Wacinyapi “Works for the people” Artist: Bob Coronato Size: 36 5/8 x 74 1/4 – Oil on Canvas “An upside down flag is an international signal of distress… now we, the Indian nations, are in distress. I will wear this flag upside down as long as my people are [...]