A Line in the Sand
|Kevin McKiernan |
A Line in the Sand is the story of Yuroks--the largest Native American tribe in California--who discovered their "Indian-ness" during the 1973 confrontation at Wounded Knee. Following the 10-week siege of Wounded Knee by FBI agents, U.S. Marshals and the 182nd Airborne, they returned home to Humboldt County to fight for Yurok sovereignty and fishing rights on the Klamath River. The film is a "then and now" story that is intended to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the Wounded Knee occupation, which occurs in 2013.
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