Lakota Human Remains Stolen from US Army Massacre Hoarded by Private Museum (2022)

For over 100 years, human remains and sacred artifacts stolen from the bodies at the Wounded Knee Massacre have been locked away, held by a private library in the small town of Barre, Massachusetts.

Descendants of the victims are fighting to retrieve them, but the library Board of Directors refuses to cooperate. 

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Articles by Tim Hjersted, Co-Founder of Films For Action
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