Tells the story of the Si Tanka Wokiksuye; 'The Bigfoot Memorial Ride'. At first a small group, but eventually 300 Lakota Sioux Indian horseback riders with support crews of hundreds more, rode for two weeks through bitter, sub-zero winter weather, reverently praying and mourning over the lives lost exactly 100 years earlier at The Wounded Knee Massacre. Written by
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[December 1990, South Dakota
We, as people in the sixth and seventh generation after the massacre at Wounded Knee, want our nations re-united. We are bringng back together the Sioux nation that was split apart. And that you see today, two hundred and some, almost three hundred riders riding today; and you're seeing representatives from every Sioux nation as well as most of the nations across the world. So we are rebuilding, in the seventh generation.