Russell Means tells a trickster story and extrapolates the role into the political arena
Commentary in which Russell Means addresses truth as well as poses some questions for reflection regarding Christianity.
Russell Means recalls some life teachings as relates to living in accordance with natural law
The following is from Russell Means in response to the article following it. Re: On the Bootleggers’ Trail in Indian Country I’m happy you touched upon the alcohol problem of the Pine Ridge Sioux Indian reservation. But the depth of the problem goes deeper, much deeper. In short it is the policies of the United [...]
Russell Means discusses defending constitutional rights and what has become of the American reality as opposed to its founding ideas.
Why AIM opposes Columbus Day and Columbus Day Parades by Glenn Morris and Russell Means When Taino Indians saved Christopher Columbus from certain death on the fateful morning of Oct. 12, 1492, a glorious opportunity presented itself. The cultures Europe and the Americas could have merged, and the beauty of both races could have flourished. [...]
In this commentary Russell Means threads the theme of natural law through a multitude of topics including but not limited to history, the Republic of Lakotah, corporate domination, bribery, and making the same mistakes over and over again.
Broken Promises: Evaluating the Native American Health Care System (2004) http://www.usccr.gov/pubs/nahealth/nabroken.pdf