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Why We Do
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In Loving Memory
Gene Jun Little, Jr.
One of a kind, Wakan Tanka gave you to us, the Oyate...
When you made a vow to stand up for the Oyate, you took that vow to heart.
The campaigns you took on from the jungles of Vietnam, from Wounded Knee 1973 to
the takeover of the tribal headquarters, now the Oyate embassy, you fought as a true
Lakota Akicita. You staked yourself to the ground, you made your stand; you stayed until
the end, until you took your last breath.
Tunkasila predestined your road before you were born...you loved the Lakota way of
life...you loved your people...you believed in the Sacred Cannunpa so when it was your
time, the Wakinyan Oyate came to take you home...wana H'e Sapa ekta yakihunni...wana
Tasunke Witko iyokpiya kici yaun. Wopila tanka heca.
We love you, we honor you our "Wicapi Iyoyunpa".
Lúta, in the language of the Lakota people, means Red Road. The Red Road is the Good Road
of Life, the path that we aspire to walk with our children and their children, and ALL OUR
Hear a Lakota Song
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In Memory of "Jun" Little
is Indian Sovereignty?
Granted Forum at U.N.
of Lakota Nation's Trip to Washington D.C.
1868 Fort Laramie Treaty
Lakota Oyate Occupation
Revolution Long in Coming
Bury the News
at Wounded Knee
Lakota Oyate Press
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Lakota Oyate Website
Limited Edition Occupation
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