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CANDLE LIGHT VIGIL IN DALLAS, TEXAS IN MEMORY OF THE VICTIMS OF SAND CREEK

#2: July 2002 (Non-Fiction)
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CANDLE LIGHT VIGIL IN DALLAS, TEXAS IN MEMORY OF THE VICTIMS OF SAND CREEK

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Candle Light Vigil at Pegasus Plaza on Tues November 29 in Memory of the SAND CREEK MASSACRE of Cheyenne and Arapaho people on that day in 1864. I plan to read aloud the TRAIL of BROKEN TREATIES 20 POINT POSITION PAPER. I hope to renew awareness of the Clemency Petition for political prisoner, Lakota-American Leonard Peltier as well. I would be honored if any members of A.I.M. in Dallas would come out.
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