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Lak?ótiya Wóglaka Po! - Speak Lakota! Level 1 Audio CD Lakota Language Consortium | Format: MP3 Music, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007XEDPT4/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_L5URwbWE8YM36

Lak?ótiya Wóglaka Po! - Speak Lakota! Level 1 Audio CD Lakota Language Consortium | Format: MP3 Music, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007XEDPT4/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_L5URwbWE8YM36

John Bull and his Friends, 1900

La Casa del Mapa de Londres presenta una recopilación de mapas pictóricos sobre los conflictos desarrollados entre los años 1900 y 1950

Native American Water Protectors are standing against the construction of the DakotaAccessPipeline which would pass through their land. They are concerned that potential pipeline spills could contaminate the Missouri River, which it passes beneath. 1 barrel of oil can contaminate over 100,000 gallons of drinking water, and oil spills usually involve thousands of barrels.

Native American Water Protectors are standing against the construction of the DakotaAccessPipeline which would pass through their land. They are concerned that potential pipeline spills could contaminate the Missouri River, which it passes beneath. 1 barrel of oil can contaminate over 100,000 gallons of drinking water, and oil spills usually involve thousands of barrels.

First Time verbalizing a Lakota Sioux Prayer "Mitakuye Oyasin" (All My Relations) - YouTube

First Time verbalizing a Lakota Sioux Prayer "Mitakuye Oyasin" (All My Relations) - YouTube

Speaking Everyday Lakota: Mitȟáƞčhaƞ my body and Simon says!

Speaking Everyday Lakota: Mitȟáƞčhaƞ my body and Simon says!

Lakota Youth Speaking out about recent capture of KKK Flags. -- A Statement from Zintkala Wicasa a member of the Wakinyan Peta Tiospaye "Fire Lightning Family" speaking about the flag and it's Mentality not being wanted anywhere near native lands, this flag was captured in Leith North Dakota from the White supremacy who are trying to establish an all white community near Dakota territory. Video shot at the Wounded Knee Mass Gravesite. Wounded Knee SD.

Lakota Youth Speaking out about recent capture of KKK Flags. -- A Statement from Zintkala Wicasa a member of the Wakinyan Peta Tiospaye "Fire Lightning Family" speaking about the flag and it's Mentality not being wanted anywhere near native lands, this flag was captured in Leith North Dakota from the White supremacy who are trying to establish an all white community near Dakota territory. Video shot at the Wounded Knee Mass Gravesite. Wounded Knee SD.

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