Watch the testimonial of Patrick Red Feather, a Lakota child who, unfortunately, did not live to tell his story: http://lakota.cc/1rHo7AD. His story is told through his mother and his friend who mourn for his loss.
Patrick was taken from his family by South Dakota Department of Social Services and he was placed in a group home. In this home, he was put on a cocktail of psychiatric medication, which caused mood swings, depression, and eventually suicide.
South Dakota needs to take responsibility! The Lakota People’s Law Project is working to end these unnecessary deaths by putting the foster care program in the hands of the Lakota tribes. Please show your support by becoming a member: http://lakota.cc/1kvf8ka.
Two refugee girls sleep in a holding cell, as the children are separated by age group and gender, as hundreds of mostly Central American immigrant children are processed and held at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Well, this escalated quickly: Less than seven hours after being asked about the racist legacy of rock entertainer …
I AM EVERYONE….by Leonard Peltier (Prison Writings; my life is my Sun Dance)
I am everyone who ever died without a voice or a prayer or a hope or a chance…
Everyone who ever suffered for being an Indian, for being human, for being indigenous, for being free, for being Other, for being committed….
I am every one of them. Every single one. Yes. Even you.
I am everyone.
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