Dennis Banks, speaks to the Indians during the occupation Wounded Knee in 1973. About 200 Native Americans were protesting the tribal presidency of Richard Wilson. March 9, 1973. On Dec. 29, 1890, the U.S. 7th Cavalry killed 200 men, women, and children of the Lakota at Wounded Knee. - (CSU 2015 6 241)

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Dennis Banks, speaks to the Indians during the occupation Wounded Knee in 1973. About 200 Native Americans were protesting the tribal presidency of Richard Wilson. March 9, 1973. On Dec. 29, 1890, the U.S. 7th Cavalry killed 200 men, women, and children of the Lakota at Wounded Knee. - (CSU 2015 6 241)
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Dennis Banks, speaks to the Indians during the occupation Wounded Knee in 1973. About 200 Native Americans were protesting the tribal presidency of Richard Wilson. March 9, 1973. On Dec. 29, 1890, the U.S. 7th Cavalry killed 200 men, women, and children of the Lakota at Wounded Knee. - (CSU_2015_6_241)