I Wanted to be Rambo, I Wanted to be Lakota (25/25)

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American flag upside down, the American Indian movement and Lakota flags at the Zero Tolerance camp. The young generation of the Lakota tribe built the camp on the border with White Clay,Nebraska. The student lead movement declared- The myth of the drunken Indian is over. The town of White Clay has four houses and seven liquor stores.  A significant part of Whiteclay's economy is based on alcohol sales to residents, mostly veterans with heavy  alcohol problem  from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. According to the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission, beer sales at Whiteclay's four liquor stores totaled 4.9 million cans per year.
American flag upside down, the American Indian movement and Lakota flags at the Zero Tolerance camp. The young generation of the Lakota tribe built the camp on the border with White Clay,Nebraska. The student lead movement declared- The myth of the drunken Indian is over. The town of White Clay has four houses and seven liquor stores. A significant part of Whiteclay's economy is based on alcohol sales to residents, mostly veterans with heavy alcohol problem from the Pine Ridge Indian...
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