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Native American Healing Quotes | Native American Russel Means quote | Light Feather of the North

Native American Russel Means quote

Native American Healing Quotes | Native American Russel Means quote | Light Feather of the North

Russell Means 11/10/1939 - 10/22/12 He laughed in response to being called the most famous American Indian since Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse by the Los Angeles Times. Last year he told the Rapid City Journal: “I thought Jim Thorpe was,” he said with a grin. “Jim Thorpe was my hero.”

Russell Means 11/10/1939 - 10/22/12 He laughed in response to being called the most famous American Indian since Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse by the Los Angeles Times. Last year he told the Rapid City Journal: “I thought Jim Thorpe was,” he said with a grin. “Jim Thorpe was my hero.”

Russell Means ~ November 10, 1939 – October 22, 2012 actor and activist Oglala Sioux~ Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota

Russell Means ~ November 10, 1939 – October 22, 2012 actor and activist Oglala Sioux~ Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota

Photo by James Cook, [Dennis Banks, Russell Means, and Clyde Bellecourt during the Siege at Wounded Knee, South Dakota], March 1973

Russell Means, 1939-2012

Photo by James Cook, [Dennis Banks, Russell Means, and Clyde Bellecourt during the Siege at Wounded Knee, South Dakota], March 1973

Aaaaaand there goes my heart. Again.<< TOO. EARLY. IN. THE. MORNING. FOR. THIS. LEVEL. OF. FEEEEELS.

Russell Grows UP…

Aaaaaand there goes my heart. Again.<< TOO. EARLY. IN. THE. MORNING. FOR. THIS. LEVEL. OF. FEEEEELS.

Russell Means, love this guy! We'll miss you, till we meet again on the other side

Russell Means, American Indian Activist, Dies at 72

My favorite bit from the Russell Brand, Westboro Baptist Church interview - Imgur... i want brand's vocabulary

My favorite bit from the Russell Brand, Westboro Baptist Church interview

My favorite bit from the Russell Brand, Westboro Baptist Church interview - Imgur... i want brand's vocabulary

1973. The American Indian Movement occupies Wounded Knee, South Dakota. Leaders Russell Means and Carter Camp, with 200 activists and the Lakota Sioux of the Pine Ridge Reservation occupied the town for 71 days to protest government failures to honor treaties with Native Americans.

1973. The American Indian Movement occupies Wounded Knee, South Dakota. Leaders Russell Means and Carter Camp, with 200 activists and the Lakota Sioux of the Pine Ridge Reservation occupied the town for 71 days to protest government failures to honor treaties with Native Americans.

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