This program seeks to create further awareness of the struggles of the Lakota Sioux and the Cheyenne Indians to get the U.S. government to return their sacred land in South Dakota. "Paha Sapa" means "Black Hills" in the Lakota language. The story is told by the tribe's own members, some of whom are descendants of such famous chiefs as Red Cloud, Sitting Bull and Black Elk. This film has won many awards, including the Gold Apple Award presented in 1994 by the National Education Film and Video Festival and the 1994 Cine Golden Eagle Award. It was also nominated for an Emmy.
Add this movie to your queue to receive more information about
Paha Sapa: The Struggle for the Black Hills and we will let you know when it becomes available.