By Jon Niccum March 26, 2010 Russell Means’ Lakota Sioux name (Oyate Wacinyapin) translates to “Works for the People.” It’s fair to say the American Indian activist and actor has earned that designation. “I’ve made a difference in everything I’ve participated in,” Means says. The 70-year-old first came to the public’s attention in the 1970s [...]
In this edition of Weekend Update, Russell Means discussed the affinities of matriarchy, as well as respecting the differences that make us strong. He speaks as well to ‘subsistence’ living and to how long it takes the universe to revolve.
In this edition of Weekend Update, Russell Means speaks to matters of consumption and the two separate cornucopias offered to those in the United States. He speaks as well to the Demo-publican way of thinking, which is continuing the devolution of critical thinking. Why is there no revolt of the serfs? Russell Means offers answers [...]
Thursday, March 18, 2010 Russell Means: UN Listening Session is US Smokescreen Statement by Russell Means, Republic of Lakotah on the Occasion of the United States State Department “Listening Session” in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 16 March 2010 Once again, the occupation government of the United States of America has trotted out its dogs and ponies [...]
Russell Means discusses the forced relocation of the Indians from the reservations to the cities through means of coercion as well as bureaucratic and economic despair. At a time when Indian culture, religion and language were outlawed, the Indian people became further disenfranchised and dispirited. Russell Means tells the story of his journeys through this [...]
Garry Rowland – Tegheya Kte speaks about the history of treaties with the United States and the issues that eventually led to the establishing of the Republic of Lakotah in 2007.