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Russell Means
, 1939-



Means, an Oglala/Lakota who was born on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, is probably best known for his role as an outspoken (and often controversial) American Indian activist. He has also appeared in several films, and authored an autobiography, Where white men fear to tread. Means currently runs T.R.E.A.T.Y. Productions, and is building a Total Immersion School in Porcupine on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.


Online resources by or about Russell Means:

Chat with Chingachgook: the Russell Means interview
Author: Mohican Press:
Type: authorbio
Description: Text of a 1/18/99 telephone interview with Means.

URL: http://www.mohicanpress.com/mo06009.html

The Existential Indian: An Interview with Russell Means
Author: Linda Brookover
Type: authorbio
Description: Text of a 3/11/96 interview with Russell Means.

URL: http://www.dickshovel.com/intermeans.html

Treaty Productions: Russell Means
Author: Treaty Productions
Type: authorbio
Description: Official web site for Means. Includes biographical information, news, and publication information.

URL: http://www.russellmeans.com/

Books by Russell Means:

Means, Russell. Where white men fear to tread
New York : St. Martin’s Press, 1995.
Genre: Autobiography
ISBN: 0312136218

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