What Makes America Great? Your Freedom of Speech. Freedom of the Press. #NoDAPL

City Music

City Music ~~

There are all kinds of tunes about urban landscapes.  A multitude of activities takes place within city landscapes. Everything is reflected in music in all genres.  

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Redlight King ~ City Life

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Where would we be without some serious city angst?

Raining in Baltimore ~ The Counting Crows, August and Everything After  <<– A most excellent album with nary a ‘miss’ among any of its songs. Well worth listening to en toto.

 

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Anyone in the market for some higher education history? Universities and colleges are small cities within cities and towns. Hence, the inclusion of Ohio.

In Kent, Ohio, Non-violent students encountered the National Guard’s fully loaded guns.

Ohio [Kent, Ohio location of Kent State University] ~ written by Neil Young, performed Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young

Mark Daniels

Kent State Shootings historical information including list of the dead and wounded:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kent_State_shootings

The shootings led to protests on college campuses throughout the United States, and a student strike, causing more than 450 campuses across the country to close with both violent and non-violent demonstrations.[9] A common sentiment was expressed by students at New York University with a banner hung out of a window which read, “They Can’t Kill Us All.”[37] On May 8, eleven people were bayonetted at the University of New Mexico by the New Mexico National Guard in a confrontation with student protesters.[38] Also on May 8, an antiwar protest at New York’s Federal Hall held at least partly in reaction to the Kent State killings was met with a counter-rally of pro-Nixon construction workers (organized by Peter J. Brennan, later appointed U.S. Labor Secretary by President Nixon), resulting in the “Hard Hat Riot“.

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Samba de Janeiro ~ Bellini —-Dancing in the streets aka it’s time for a flash mobbing to work out some stress. Yes, you too can dance at your pc. How can you resist?

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Warsaw Concerto by Richard Addinsell ~ Dangerous Moonlight.  Ah, a little history, a little romance, a little movie making….

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A lot of people in cities dream of being elsewhere. Sometimes survival forces people to strange places.

City of Chicago ~ Christy Moore

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It’s about time for some cello joy. Right? Definitely.

Berlin, Germany ~ Original song for 12 cellos and a kick drum  by The Piano Guys.

If you click-through to listen at YouTube you’ll find a great deal of  information about the creation of the song and the locations in the video.

“Berlin” written by Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson (A PianoGuys Original Composition)

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For some reason this song wandered into my brain-maze and loitered long enough to act as a prompt for this musical ‘theme’ round.

Red Hot Chili Peppers ~ Under the Bridge ~City of Angels

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Okay, I confess, the video images convinced me to include this made for a film song by The Boss.

Bruce Springsteen ~ The Streets of Philadelphia

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In the mood for romance in Paris? Or just ready to rest your feet?

Paris Nocturne ~ Dan Fogelberg & Tim Wiseberg

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from their 1978 collaboration album
“Twin Sons of Different Mothers”

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The lyrics, the images and the tone just wouldn’t go away, so this tune is here.

Mattafix ~ Big City Life

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You’re invited to share your city songs at will.

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I wonder what cities Bear has been exploring : Careful, it’s intense, http://bearspawprint.wordpress.com/2014/03/26/koyaanisqatsi/#comment-13603

 

America’s Unjust Justice System ~ Bryan Stevenson’s Ted talk ~ Please Lend Your Ears

Facebook does indeed have merit as an information source when such insightful pieces comes through the news feed. Bill Moyers’ site shared this online via What Matters Today  http://billmoyers.com/2013/03/28/wealth-not-culpability-shapes-outcomes-in-court/    If you’re not sure why you should take the time to listen to Bryan Stevenson, please take a chance and listen for a few minutes before moving on. Give this a chance because Stevenson is good, really good, and well worth twenty-four minutes of your time.

Can’t we create a better world for everyone?

There’s much more on important issues from poverty, prisons, to Keystone XL on Moyers and Comapny http://billmoyers.com/

Explore and engage at will.

 

 

25th Polish Film Festival in America, 8-24 November 2013, Chicago ~ Film screening list

Okay some  information regarding the showing of  

MESMERIZING FILM IMAGINE BY ANDRZEJ JAKIMOWSKI AT THE 25TH POLISH FILM FESTIVAL IN AMERICA TOMORROW

IMAGINE, a new film by Andrzej Jakimowski will have its only screening tomorrow, on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 8:00 PM. in Muvico Rosemont 18. The special presentation is sponsored by Kraff Eye Institute.

The plot is set in a well-known Lisbon clinic for visually impaired where Ian, a new instructor, begins to teach special orientation to his international group of blind patients. For him, the keys to getting around and living a fulfilling life are the mind and the imagination, and not sensory perception. However, his methods – although successful – prove to be too challenging for his patients.

Jakimowski’s masterful treatment of the material – says one film critic – takes IMAGINE up to new heights of a lyrical metaphor about trust, the sense of reality, perspectives and coping in life.

Andrzej Jakimowski (b. 1963) is one of the most outstanding Polish filmmakers. His debut film Squint Your Eyes and later internationally-acclaimed Tricks received enthusiastic welcome from audiences and film critics worldwide and were widely awarded. IMAGINE is selected for this year’s European Film Awards.

The screening’s sponsor Kraff Eye Institute is a leading pioneer in laser vision correction. The Chicago-based Kraff Eye Institute has long sought to improve the vision of its patients, always putting their safety, quality of vision and experience first. Its physicians take the time to educate their patients about the latest techniques and technology for laser correction and treatment of cataracts. The Kraff name has become synonymous with pioneering bold, new techniques and providing the highest quality, most contemporary care available in ophthalmology internationally and throughout Chicago.

Muvico Rosemont 18 is located at 9701 Bryn Mawr Ave. by River Rd. South exit from I-90. The theatre has ample parking, complimentary with parking ticket validation. The most elegant cinema centre offers fine dining in Bogart’s Bar and Grill.

Tickets can be purchased online @ www.pffamerica.com and over a phone at 773-486-9612 with any major credit card. The seats are unnumbered.

 The 25th Polish Film Festival in America sponsors are:  Polish Film Institute, Adam Mickiewicz Institute, Star-Tech Glass, BMO Harris Bank, State Farm Insurance, Muvico Theatres.The main media sponsor is itvn.

 

~~~Heads up, this post is an ongoing work in progress. I will continue adding trailers for films on this list as I view them on the tubes-of-you. ~~

The Polish Film Festival in America has announced a complete list of films which will be screened during the 25th edition of the festival, from November 8 to November 24, 2013.

FEATURE FILMS:

OPENING NIGHT FILM

WALESA. MAN OF HOPE
[WAŁĘSA. CZŁOWIEK Z NADZIEI]
dir. Andrzej Wajda
[2013, 127’]

Legendary Polish filmmaker Andrzej Wajda tackles the story of another of his country’s legends — former dockworker, Solidarity founder, and eventual Polish president Lech Walesa — in this epic, decade-spanning biopic.

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1939. THE SECRET OF WESTERPLATTE
[1939. TAJEMNICA WESTERPLATTE]
dir. Paweł Chochlew
[2013, 120′]

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Starring: Michał Żebrowski, Piotr Adamczyk, Borys Szyc, Jan Englert, Jakub Wesołowski, Robert Zołędziewski, Andrzej Grabowski, Mirosław Baka

At the Baltic banks of Westerplatte, on September 1, 1939, salvos of the largest Nazi vessel Schlezwig-Holstein “visiting” the harbor, announced the beginning of the WWII.
At the other end, about two hundred Polish soldiers heroically maintained their military foothold at the banks of Westerplatte, and within hours it became apparent that countless armored Nazi divisions were invading Poland.

Yet for seven days the Poles maintained their increasingly suicidal foothold. 1939. THE SECRET OF WESTERPLATTE is a war drama of the fight of two commanders and their men. A heroic struggle between opposing views on bravery – to fight to the last soldier or to save the men and surrender under overwhelming odds…

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AFTERMATH
[POKŁOSIE]
dir. Władysław Pasikowski
[2012, 107’]

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AUGUST’S SKY. 63 DAYS OF GLORY

[SIERPNIOWE NIEBO. 63 DNI CHWAŁY]
dir. Ireneusz Dobrowolski
[2013, 75′]

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BACZYŃSKI
dir. Kordian Piwowarski
[2013, 69’]

A multi-layered biographical film about the legendary, young, Polish poet who fought in Warsaw Uprising. A poetic journey through his life and works.

featuring poetry slammers:
Weronika Lewandowska,Janusz Jamanta Kulesza,Jan Gabriel Szutkowski,Jan Paweł Kowalewicz,Grzegorz Bruszewski,Kuba Przybyłowski,Mateusz Andała,Michał Czaja,Kamila Janiak, Marta Marciniak

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BEJBI  BLUES / Baby Blues
dir. Katarzyna Rosłaniec
[2012, 105]

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DECEIVED
[OSZUKANE]
dir. Marcin Solarz
[2013, 90’]

HeliosPolska

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FLOATING SKYSCRAPERS
[PŁYNĄCE WIEŻOWCE]
dir. Tomasz Wasilewski
[2013, 93′]

FLYING BLIND
[ZAŚLEPIONA]
dir. Katarzyna Klimkiewicz
[2013, 88‘]

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GABRIEL
dir. Michał Haremski
[2013, 90’]

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IMAGINE
dir. Andrzej Jakimowski
[2012, 105’]

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IN HIDING
[W UKRYCIU]

dir. Jan Kidawa-Błoński

[2013, 103’]                   
             

IN THE NAME OF…
[W IMIĘ…]
dir. Małgośka Szumowska
[2013, 102”]

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LASTING
[NIEULOTNE]
dir. Jacek Borcuch
[2013, 97′]

 International Film Festival Rotterdam

Two Polish students fall in love with each other during a holiday in Spain. But a horrible accident ruins their relationship and their plans. A thrilling existential drama in which fate seems to overcome the best-laid plans of men.

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LIFE FEELS GOOD
[CHCE SIĘ ŻYĆ]
dir. Maciej Pieprzyca
[2013, 107′]

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LOVING
[MIŁOŚĆ]
dir. Sławomir Fabicki
[2012, 105’]

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PAPUSZA
dir. Joanna Kos-Krauze, Krzysztof Krauze
[2013, 131’]

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SIBERIAN EXILE
[SYBERIADA POLSKA]
dir. Janusz Zaorski
[2013, 125’]

HeliosPolska

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SUMMER IN THE CITY
[LATO W MIEŚCIE]
dir. Agnieszka Gomułka
[2012, 91′]

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THE CLOSED CIRCUIT
[UKŁAD ZAMKNIĘTY]
dir. Ryszard Bugajski
[2013, 110’]

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THE GIRL FROM A WARDROBE
[DZIEWCZYNA Z SZAFY]
dir. Bodo Kox
[2012, 90′]

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THE LAST FLOOR
[OSTATNIE PIĘTRO]
dir. Tadeusz Król
[2013, 84′]

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THE PHOTOGRAPH
[ZDJĘCIE]
dir. Maciej Adamek
[2012, 82′]

TheGoldenApricot·

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THE VULTURE
[SĘP]
dir. Eugeniusz Korin
[2012, 133′]

Movie Trailers Boulevard·

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VIVA BELARUS
dir. Krzysztof Łukaszewicz
[2012, 98’]

WARSAW 1935 in 3D
[WARSZAWA 1935]
dir. Tomasz Gomoła
[2013, 20′] 3D

DestinationPoland

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SILENT FILM:

PAN TADEUSZ +
dir. Ryszard Ordyński
[1928, 124’]

  + No English subtitles.

SHORT FILMS:

HOW DEEP IS AN OCEAN?
[JAK GŁĘBOKI JEST OCEAN?]
dir. Filip Syczyński
[2013, 30’]

MAGMA
dir. Paweł Maślona
[2013, 30′]

MY NAME IS ASIA
[MAM NA IMIĘ ASIA]
dir. Balbinka Korzeniowska
[2013, 10’]

STATTERING LOVE
[JĄKAJĄCA SIĘ MIŁOŚĆ]
Dir.  Jan Czarlewski
[2013, 20’]

STEEL WILL
[SIŁA WOLI]
dir. Piotr Grajnert
[2012, 14′]

THE BIG LEAP
[WIELKI SKOK]
dir. Kristoffer Rus
[2013, 15’]

THE EASTER CRUMBLE
[MAZUREK]
dir. Julia Kolberger
[2013, 30’]

DOCUMENTARY FILMS:

 A DOUBLE LIFE OF PIOTR S.
[PODWÓJNE ŻYCIE PIOTRA S.]
dir. Alina Mrowińska
[2012, 52’]

A PROMISE OF CHILDHOOD
[OBIETNIA DZIECIŃSTWA]
dir. Piotr Morawski
[2013, 52′]

ALBERT CINEMA
dir. Agnieszka Zwiefka
[2012, 52′]

BAD BOY. HIGH SECURITY CELL
[BAD BOY. CELA DLA NIEBEZPIECZNYCH]
dir. Janusz Mrozowski
[2012, 77′]

BELOVED RECIDIVISTS
[KOCHANI RECYDYWIŚCI]
dir. Irena Morawska, Jerzy Morawski
[2013, 49′]

CRISIS MANAGEMENT
[SPOSÓB NA KRYZYS]
dir.  IVO KARDEL
[2013, 51′]

DAD’S RETURN
[POWRÓT TATY]
dir. BARBARA MEDAJSKA
[2012, 5′]

ENTANGLED
[UWIKŁANI]
dir. Lidia Duda
[2012, 51′]

FATHER AND SON
[OJCIEC I SYN]
dir. Paweł Łoziński
[2013, 52′]

F*CK FOR FOREST
dir. Michał Marczak
[2012, 82′]

HONOR OF THE CITY. THE STORY OF THE WARSAW UPRISING
[HONOR MIASTA. HISTORIA POWSTANIA WARSZAWSKIEGO]
dir. Eugene Starky
[2013, 50’]

I LOVE YOU LIKE IRELAND
[KOCHAM CIĘ JAK IRLANDIĘ]
dir. ALEKSANDER DEMBSKI
[2013, 45′]

IN THE EYE OF WARSAW HAIRDRESSER
[OKIEM WARSZAWSKIEGO FRYZJERA]
dir. Jakub Polakowski, Magdalena Pytlakowska
[2013, 29′]

INDEPENDENT REPUBLIC SAMOSIUK
[NIEZALEŻNA REPUBLIKA SAMOSIUK]
dir. Adam Lewandowski
[2012, 28’]

LEADERS
[PRZYWÓDCY]
dir. Paweł Ferdek
[2013, 52′]

LOVE
[MIŁOŚĆ]
dir. Filip Dzierżawski
[2013, 91′]

MAESTRO RODZINSKI
dir. Bożena Garus-Hockuba
[2012, 58’]

MIŁOSZ
dir. Katarzyna Gondek
[2013, 60′]

MUNDIAL. THE HIGHEST STAKES
[MUNDIAL. GRA O WSZYSTKO]
dir. Michał Bielawski
[2013, 97’]

PALACE
[PAŁAC]
dir. TOMASZ WOLSKI
[2012, 82’]

PRE MORTEM
dir. Konrad Łęcki
[2013, 30′]

ROTEM
dir. Agnieszka Arnold
[2012, 77’]

SECRETS OF LOVE
[SEKRETY MIŁOŚCI]
dir. Krystian Matysek
[2012, 88’]

SHORT VAMPIRES’ CHRONICLES
[KRÓTKIE KRONIKI WAMPIRÓW]
dir. Beata Postnikoff
[2012, 12′]

THE FOURTH PARTITION
[CZWARTA DZIELNICA]
dir. Adrian Prawica
[2013, 75’]

THE PLEDGE
[CYROGRAF]
dir. Igor Mołedecki
[2012, 38’]

THE STRATEGIST
[STRATEG]
dir. Katarzyna Kolenda-Zaleska
[2013, 89’]

TO FREE A BUTTERFLY
[UWOLNIĆ MOTYLA]
dir. Joanna Frydrych
[2012, 45′]

TRACES
[ŚLADY]
dir. Robert Gliński
[2012, 50′]

VOICES
[GŁOSY]
dir. Konrad Szołajski
[2013, 35′]

YOU GONNA BE A LEGEND, MAN
[BĘDZIESZ LEGENDĄ CZŁOWIEKU]
dir. Marcin Koszałka
[2012, 75′]

The CZECH SHOWCASE:

BURNING BUSH – PART 1, 2, 3
[PŁONĄCY KRZEW – CZĘŚĆ 1, 2, 3]
dir. Agnieszka Holland
[2013, 82’, 72’, 78’]

IN THE SHADOW
[W CIENIU]
dir. David Ondricek
[2012, 106′]

POLISH FILM
[POLSKI FILM]
dir. Marek Najbrt
[2012, 113′]

25th PFFA venues are:

Muvico Rosemont 18 (9701 Bryn Mawr Ave., Rosemont)
Facets Cinematheque (1517 West Fullerton Ave., Chicago)
Gallery Theatre (1112 North Milwaukee Ave., Chicago)

The 25th PFFA major sponsors are: Polish Film Institute, Adam Mickiewicz Institute, Star-Tech Glass, BMO Harris Bank, State Farm Insurance, Muvico Theatres.

Main media sponsor is itvn.

For more information, please call 773-486-9612.

25th Polish Film Festival in America
1112 N. MIlwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60642
Phone: +17734869612
E-mail: pffamerica@pffamerica.com
http://www.pffamerica.com

History Alert: Transform Columbus Day Parade, October 8 in Denver. Yes, folks, this is a reality check. Sorry to squish all the warm fuzzies from grade school.

click through to Transform Columbus day

Hear the Homelessness Marathon Live via KKFI

Click the banner to connect with KKFI streaming online.

Live from Kansas City, Missouri –tune in and catch the people on the streets speaking for themselves.

Venezuela Warms America’s Poor

In spite of record profits by Shell, BP, Exxon, Chevron and Mobil–it is Citgo of Venezuela that donates heating oil to Americans in need of warmth.

Click to learn more about heating program.

“Every year, we hear from families who struggle each and every day to put food on the table and heat their homes,” said Joseph P. Kennedy II, President of Citizens Energy Corporation. “We are deeply grateful to CITGO and the people of Venezuela for their generosity to those who need help keeping their families warm. Every year, we ask major oil companies and oil-producing nations to help our senior citizens and the poor make it through winter, and only one company, CITGO, and one country, Venezuela, has responded to our appeals.”

Click photo to learn about Citizens Energy Corporation

A little “hope” for Lynn–and the rest of us politically jaded Americans.

Fox finds “fun” facts with McCain. Amanpour seeks gold. Sharif Kouddous = Priceless

Someone explain to me how ABC’s Christiane Amanpour gets access to the Egyptian presidential Palace when other journalists are threatened with beheading, beaten, arrested and robbed of their equipment. Why did Mubarak talk with Amanpour while Egypt’s state television was claiming that foreign journalists  were instigating the protests? How does ABC get access to Mubarak in the midst of all this?

In extreme contrast to Amanpour, who cautiously retreated from the streets after a confrontation with a group of  pro-Mubarak men, Democracy Now!’s Sharif Kouddous takes viewers from the barricades, to the rooftops to the makeshift hospitals in Tahrir.  Amanpour gives us a glimpse of the golden furniture of the Palace while Kouddous brings us the voices of the people in the square.   

And Fox News Scores BIG with John McCain’s revealing “virus” comment. What other statement could possibly provide insight into what’s got the political wheels whirling at insane speeds behind the public masks of Obama, H. Clinton and every other American politician. Are there some things  happening that are not in their control, not part of their manipulative agendas?

If the governments of the world actually operated in the best interests of all people instead of engaging in dangerous games of elites pursuing power, domination and exploitation wouldn’t the world be a very different place?

Democracy Now! will offer two hours of coverage on Saturday with Sharif Kouddous at www.democracynow.org.  You can catch it online.

Now brace yourself for John McCain’s truth telling. Is this the voice of America?

 Dictators for everyone???? Poverty for the majority? War games for the military industrial complex for eternity? What is the current agenda of G 20 totalitarianism?

Free to Dance? NOT!

We Will Dance! @evawojcik

In 1890 a religious concept called the “Ghost Dance” travelled from one Indian reservation to another to another.  I have no intention of discussing the merits of this religious exercise. Rather my focus is on the RIGHT to practice one’s religious beliefs in this place called “America.” In 189o this right was denied, and continued to be denied long thereafter, to Native Americans. First the right to freedom of religion was denied to Native Americans by every representative of  every white european religious doctrine that made its way onto the reservations in order to get a slice of the Native American population pie for conversion to its congregation.  This religious invasion was not about the saving of souls but the procurement of government school contracts–in other words, money.  Oh yes the all-powerful motivating force of money.  This is not to say that there were not some well-meaning compassionate people amidst these religious invaders. The point is the fact that the Indigenous First Peoples already had their own religious beliefs and those were not only not respected but were denied them. Hence, I find it no stretch of the imagination to comprehend why some would engage in a practice of “faith” in order to find some hope of relief from the ongoing destruction of their culture on all fronts.  So, “We Will Dance!” is a small effort at representing the will to defy overwhelming oppression via a view of  the Ghost Dance as defiance on the most fundamental spiritual level.

300 women, children, & men killed at Wounded Knee, 12/29/1890

Wounded Knee Grave on Cemetery Hill

For no rational reason, because there was no “war”, no outbreak, no raids, no threat of military conflict, an estimated 300 infants, boys, girls, women and men were killed by the United States Military on December 29, 1890.  On this day in 2009, the Big Foot Memorial  Riders and others  honor their memory at Cemetery Hill where approximately 146 are buried in a mass grave. In the surrounding hills and desolate plain at least another 25 women and children and 3 men, were buried  in unmarked graves wherever their bodies were found. Others died of their fatal wounds after being brought to the Pine Ridge Agency. An unknown number of living were ‘removed’ by friends and relations. At least 40 other bodies were ‘moved’ prior to the arrival of Dr. Eastman. According to the Army, rations were issued for 370 people of Big Foot/Spotted Elk’s band at the Wounded Knee camp. The army estimated around 70 survivors of unknown gender, age or condition among their Lakota relations. (Source, National Archives publication Microfilm 983, Central Plains Branch, KCMO).

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