Methodists donate $50,000 in atonement for historical wrong - The Denver Post

Col. John M. Chivington, a Methodist minister, stood by his actions decades after leading the 1864 massacre of Cheyenne and Arapaho at Sand Creek, but the United Methodist Church is still formally repenting for him.

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Anonymous said...

He My name is Casey Good Buffalo and Iam the Current Vice President of the Wounded Knee Community and we are suffering as well still to this day we have one building here and it is our wounded knee community center we need alot of repairs and we are not a tribal program so we do not get much help from the Tribal building so we are asking for any donations as well for the Wounded Knee Community as well for help with Medical Assistance and heating assistance and other food as well we are located here in Wounded knee S.D right above the WK post office and please if anyone wants to help out please give us a call or send us a letter or post on WoundedKneeCommunity@facebook.com or mail to Wounded Knee CommunityService Center
PO.BOX 287
Wounded Knee S.D 57794
PH605-407-9265 thank you WKCC EXECUTIVE BOARD

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