Harmony and Disharmony: the Struggle for Freedom, Sovereignty, and Self-Determination among Native American Voices of Wounded Knee, Vermillion
The lessons of the 1973 Wounded Knee Occupation are as crucial as ever in the twenty-first century, as Native American communities persevere to maintain identities, demand rights as sovereign nations, and strive toward self-determination. This presentation offers a look into the complexities of the legacy of the occupation through a series of oral history clips, transcript excerpts, photographs, and other materials.
Zoom link: https://usd.zoom.us/j/95301459519
Scholars: Samuel Herley, Ph.D., & Tawa Ducheneaux
Venue Address: University Libraries, University of South Dakota, 2nd floor, 414 E Clark St, Vermillion
Sponsored By: USD – University Libraries
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