This part of KPFA's special report on the situation at Wounded Knee begins with an interview with Ron Harvey, reporting on a demonstration held at Mount Rushmore National Monument in support of the occupation at Wounded Knee, and actualities from the demonstration, including support from Chicano activists. Following that report is an interview with president of the Indian Press Association, Tom Cook, who discusses his background as an Iroquois, and the increased political activity among Native Americans. Includes readings from Dee Brown's "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee". Hosts are Larry Bensky and Stephanie Dilley.
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