Remembering Wounded Knee by Marianne McCombs, 1973 (primary source narrative)

Remembering Wounded Knee  

Members of the American Indian Movement protesting long-term civil rights and poverty,  occupy and seize the historic town of Wounded Knee (the site of the tragic Battle of Wounded Knee) for over two months. Marianne McCombs provides a narrative account from the Native American perspective. This selection is accompanied with reading questions.

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