Lakota Grandmothers Truth Tour & "Red Cry" Screening

Date: 
Wednesday, April 3, 2013 - 6:00pm

On April 1st, a delegation of Lakota Grandmothers, Elders, Activist-Warriors, and supporters will begin a 18 day, 12 city journey of education and awareness on the way to the United Nations in New York City and the White House in Washington D.C. Join us as traditional Lakota elders from Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota speak out on the world stage to end the genocide of their people and reclaim their traditional matriarchal leadership.

Listen to the elders share their stories of resistance.

 Learn the truth from Lakota elders and activists in the new groundbreaking documentary “Red Cry” about genocide in “America.”

 Join the growing Grassroots campaign of people around the world to end the genocide of the Lakota people.



Everyone is welcome. Food served at 6:00pm, Presentation begins at 6:30pm. Free.

Venue Information

East Phillips Park Cultural and Community Center (gym)
2307 17th Ave S.
Minneapolis  Minnesota  55404
United States

Ticketing Information

Price Range: 
Free

Presenting Organization

Lakota Strong Heart Warrior Society & Lakota Solidarity Project
not-for-profit