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This is a video made of the Johnny Cash song "Big Foot", about the 1890 Massacre at Wounded Knee.

An article about the massacre can be read here.

I had wanted to create a directory of websites related to Tribal Governments.
However, there are others who have done so (and did a better job than I could have), so I have provided links to their sites.
Native American Directory

Native American Nations (Website maintained by Lisa A. Mitten)

Southern Cherokee Nation (SCNweb)

Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization

Articles from the Detroit (MI) News:
"American Indian Rule: Sovereignty Abused"

Flags of the Native Peoples of the United States


Blackfire is a Diné (Navajo) rock group, comprised of the Benally siblings (the brothers Klee and Clayson and their sister Jeneda). One of their albums, "One Nation Under" (available from their website), features backing vocal work by Joey Ramone (his last studio work). CD's and DVD's are available for sale through their website. Their most recent Double-Disc CD, [Silence] Is a Weapon, was favorably reviewed by Rolling Stone Magazine.
To quote their own website:
"Born into the heart of a political land dispute area on Black Mesa in the Navajo Nation, this family's powerful music reflects the Hopes, Freedoms, and Barriers of today's world.
BLACKFIRE's style encompasses traditional Native American, Punk-Rock and 'Alter-Native' music and bears strong socio-political messages regarding government oppression, relocation of indigenous people, eco-cide, genocide, domestic violence and human rights."

Below is their video for "Overwhelming" from [Silence] Is A Weapon.

Leonard Peltier Defense Committee
"Although he has not been adopted as a prisoner of conscience, there is concern about the fairness of the proceedings leading to his conviction and it is believed that political factors may have influenced the way the case was prosecuted." - Amnesty International Report, 1999

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