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(Associated Press)On February 27, 1973, a team of 200 Oglala Lakota (Sioux) activists and members of the American Indian Movement (AIM) seized control of a tiny town with a loaded history -- Wounded Knee, South Dakota.
They arrived in town at night, in a caravan of cars and trucks, took the town's residents hostage, and demanded that the U. government make good on treaties from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Means was a controversial figure within the movement and outside of it; as his New York Times obituary put it, "critics, including many Indians, called him a tireless self-promoter who capitalized on his angry-rebel notoriety." After getting his start in activism in the 1970s, Means went on to run for the Libertarian presidential nomination in 1987, and for governor of New Mexico in 2002.Today, the Pine Ridge reservation is the largest community in what may be the poorest county in the entire United States.(Per capita income in 2010 was lower in Shannon County, South Dakota, where Pine Ridge is located, than in any other U. county.) Reports have the adult unemployment rate on the reservation somewhere between 70 and 80 percent.That was followed by saying all that they wanted was civil unions so they could have all the rights of a heterosexual couple – but don’t worry, they would never seek marriage if they could just have civil unions (if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck…The Church opposes “civil unions” See this interview “What the First Presidency has done is express its support of marriage and for that bundle of rights belonging to a man and a woman… whether it is civil union or domestic partnership or whatever label it’s given, it is nonetheless tantamount to marriage.
The Wounded Knee siege was both an inspiration to indigenous people and left-wing activists around the country and -- according to the U. Marshals Service, which besieged the town along with FBI and National Guard -- the longest-lasting "civil disorder" in 200 years of U. Like the Black Panthers or MECh A, AIM was a militant civil rights and identity movement that sprung from the political and social crisis of the late 1960s, but today it is more obscure than the latter two groups.