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Friday, February 15, 2013

The Forgotten "1973 Wake-Up Call" as Modern Dineh ("Navajos") Prefer Colonized Dreams

IN HONOR OF DINEH WARRIOR'S SACRIFICE IN MARCH OF 1973,
LARRY CASUSE.
 
The same time that the Wounded Knee 1973 battle, between the indigenous Red Nations of the Western Hemisphere and the U. S. Corporate Military, was taking place in South Dakota. Larry and his brother decided "enough is enough!" and they declared war on the City of Gallup's corporate racism. Please, read for yourself the forgotten stories of Indian Pride below, articles from the "Navajo Times."




  

 

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