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The People's Protectors

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Four Native American veterans reflect on their experiences in the military during the divisive Vietnam War and how their communities helped them carry their warrior legacy proudly. From the Marine Corps to the Navy to the US Army, veterans Valerie Barber, Art Owen, Sandy White Hawk, Vince Beyl, and civilian eyapaha (announcer) Jerry Dearly recall their memories of one of the most controversial wars in United States history. Even as they struggled with their relationship to the United States government from genocidal policies and government oppression; the Dakota, Lakota, and Ojibwe warriors still felt compelled to honor their duty to their people as Akichita | Ogichidaag | Warriors, as protectors of the people. A lifetime later, these soldiers meet us in the studio as they begin to tell their stories.

Educational Resources: Viewer Discussion Guide
Program Length: 57 minutes
Director/Producer: Leya Hale
Associate Producer: Diana Fraser
Production Company: Twin Cities PBS
Public Broadcast Release: May 2019

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Available for rent or purchase through: Amazon Prime Video

Tags: Civil Rights, Dakota, Historical, Lakota, Ojibwe, Veterans

Product ID: TPTS-19-H

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