‘Red Cry (Documentary) Today’s Genocide In America’

Lakota Elders Take Back Their Strength ~  Lakota Grandmothers action:


Thanks to iloveancestry.com  for posting Red Cry on YouTube.

“Honor the Treaties” featuring Aaron Huey’s photojournalism.

Today’s post offers a highlighting short film of Aaron Huey’s ongoing photographic journey on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.

Honor the Treaties link –>>  http://vimeo.com/47043218

and http://weareshouting.com/ for Director Ed Becker’s bio and contact information.

Aaron Huey —>> http://www.aaronhuey.com/

Please share widely and often.


Much thanks to Charles aka slpmartin.

Beautiful Day’s Waterlily

Clicking on Beautiful Day’s image will take you to Voices from the Gaps and more information about Ella Cara Deloria and others.

 It’s Native American Heritage Month and today’s highlight is the incredible Ella Cara Deloria’s work Waterlily which is a fictional presentation of years of her field research regading women in Lakota, Dakota and Nakota culture pre-white contact. In an effort to make her information accessible to the general reading white public, Ella ‘packaged’ her first hand research of tradional Sioux culture in a novel. Deloria wanted to enhance understanding of Sioux culture, values and history for white audiences while perserving a record of this cultural information. Waterlily is the only such work of its kind–it’s about Sioux women, written by an educated  Sioux woman based on the sharing of direct knowledge by women who lived the traditional ways. “It was a way of life that worked.” Deloria, Speaking of Indians.  If you’re interested in taking a journey through a different way of living during a very different time, Ella offers such an adventure. 


Comes Home Crawling


Spirit Road from Wounded Knee

Spirit Road from Wounded Knee



Comes Home Crawling

Steals a horse, May 2, 1891

Alone returns to Wounded Knee Creek

May 8, 1891, U. S. Indian Agent Perain P. Plamer writes:

“One of Big Foot’s Band”

“Escaped the fight at Wounded Knee”

“Came back alone”

“Police will know her”

Comes Home Crawling is AWOL from the Cheyenne River Indian Agency

A lone woman steals a horse

Rides through occupied territory

Returns to Wounded Knee Creek–seeking?

Comes Home Crawling counts coup on you and you and you~

A lone Sioux woman is MIA

“Will,” Pine Ridge Indian Agent, “kindly assist the bearer, a Policeman…”

May 20, 1891

Captain Charles Penny, Sixth Infantry, Acting U. S. Indian Agent is

Unable to comply

Captain Bailey’s May 19, 1891 endorsement explains why:

Comes Home Crawling is a Prisoner of War

A woman like other women with girls, boys, infants~

All massive threats to domestic security

Just ask the Seventh Cavalry on December 29, 1890

U.S. Indian Agent Perain P. Palmer requests assistance

“…in returning to this agency an Indian Woman…Please give Police rations to return if you can do so & oblige.

Very respectfully yours”

Comes Home Crawling cannot come home~

Common gold diggers

Whiskey traders





The White House

Have made her a Prisoner of War in her own country.


Major Perain P. Palmer requests her return to the Cheyenne River Indian Agency.

“Her name is Comes Home Crawling”

“Will you kindly assist …”




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