Christina Rose,of Indian Country Today, has written a brief article about the recent purchase of the rest of Pe'Sla.
"Iron Eyes attended an inter-tribal meeting at the Mother Butler Center, in Rapid City, South Dakota to hear what is next for the sacred landscape.“This is where it’s at. We can now go to our sacred site under our own authority,” he said. “Everything happened the way it was supposed to happen.” ... Pe’ Sla is related to the Lakota creation and is the site for annual ceremonies. Historically, it has hosted many village gatherings. Now, with the land back in the hands of the Oceti Sakowin, there are many more to come and no fear that they will ever be stopped."
For more information,
- Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe
- Fort Peck Assinboine & Sioux Tribes
- Lower Brule Sioux Tribe
- Oglala Lakota Nation
- Rosebud Sioux Tribe
- Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
- Pe'Sla: Help Save Lakota Sioux Sacred Land
- Indigogo Campaign
- Tribes buy final piece of Pe'Sla
- Andrea Cook, Rapid City Journal.
- December 3, 2014.
- Fight for Lakota's Sacred Pe'Sla Brings Miracles
- Georgianne Nienaber, The Huffington Post.
- August 23, 2014.