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Russell Means, left, and assistant U.S. attorney general Kent Frizzell sign the Wounded Knee settlement on April 5, 1973 in South Dakota. Looking on left is Frizzell’s assistant Richard Helstern and AIM leader Dennis Banks.

Russell Means, left, and assistant U.S. attorney general Kent Frizzell sign the Wounded Knee settlement on April 5, 1973 in South Dakota. Looking on left is Frizzell’s assistant Richard Helstern and AIM leader Dennis Banks.

A U.S. flag flies upside down March 3, 1973 outside a church occupied by members of the American Indian Movement (AIM), background, on the site of the 1890 massacre at Wounded Knee, S.D.. AIM's occupation of Wounded Knee triggered a violent standoff with federal authorities. (AP Photo/Jim Mone) Rapid City Journal

A U.S. flag flies upside down March 3, 1973 outside a church occupied by members of the American Indian Movement (AIM), background, on the site of the 1890 massacre at Wounded Knee, S.D.. AIM's occupation of Wounded Knee triggered a violent standoff with federal authorities. (AP Photo/Jim Mone) Rapid City Journal

Big Foot, leader of the Sioux, captured at the battle of Wounded Knee, South Dakota - "Here he lies frozen on the snow covered battlefield where he died," 1890

Big Foot, leader of the Sioux, captured at the battle of Wounded Knee, South Dakota - "Here he lies frozen on the snow covered battlefield where he died," 1890

In October 1971 AIM gathered members from across the country to a protest in Washington, D.C. known as the "Trail of Broken Treaties." AIM gained national attention when it seized the Bureau of Indian Affairs national headquarters and presented a 20-point list of demands of the federal government. In 1973 it led a 71-day armed standoff with federal forces at Wounded Knee, South Dakota, on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

In October 1971 AIM gathered members from across the country to a protest in Washington, D.C. known as the "Trail of Broken Treaties." AIM gained national attention when it seized the Bureau of Indian Affairs national headquarters and presented a 20-point list of demands of the federal government. In 1973 it led a 71-day armed standoff with federal forces at Wounded Knee, South Dakota, on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

Tipi of the Lakota Sioux of Western South Dakota

Tipi of the Lakota Sioux of Western South Dakota

STAND OFF AT WOUNDED KNEE, Dennis Banks founder of the American Indian Movement #idlenomore

STAND OFF AT WOUNDED KNEE, Dennis Banks founder of the American Indian Movement #idlenomore

On February 27, 1973, some 250 Sioux Indians led by members of the American Indian Movement converged on South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation, launching the famous 71-day occupation of Wounded Knee.   Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2015/02/27/13-images-remembering-occupation-wounded-knee-159145

On February 27, 1973, some 250 Sioux Indians led by members of the American Indian Movement converged on South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation, launching the famous 71-day occupation of Wounded Knee. Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2015/02/27/13-images-remembering-occupation-wounded-knee-159145

Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota, USA --- A native American woman hikes to a roadside tank to fetch water

In the shadow of Wounded Knee: Inside the Pine Ridge reservation of South Dakota

Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota, USA --- A native American woman hikes to a roadside tank to fetch water

Sinta Maza, Iron Tail, Oglala Lakota,1904.

Sinta Maza, Iron Tail, Oglala Lakota,1904.

Wounded Knee South Dakota | 021013-nws-wounded knee3.JPG

Wounded Knee South Dakota | 021013-nws-wounded knee3.JPG

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