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‘Trail of Broken Treaties’: How the 1973 Wounded Knee Occupation Came To Be

Matt Gade Rapid City Journal
50 ago the American Indian Movement occupied Wounded Knee with the goal of changing the way the Oglala Sioux governed themselves. AIM also sought to raise the profile of Native Americans -- Wounded Knee was the scene of one of the nation’s worst massacres of Sioux children, women and men near the end of the 19th Century.


Unemployment Data on Native Americans Shows a Stark Picture

Robert Maxim, Randall Akee, and Gabriel R. Sanchez Brookings
Drawing of a sign saying Native American Heritage month Nearly two years into the recovery, Native American workers are contending with a labor market that would be considered catastrophic if it was reflective of the full economy.

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