Tim Giago has a plan to purchase and develop 40 acres of land adjacent to the site of the massacre at Wounded Knee. He envisions a visitor center, a museum, and a pavilion for artists to sell their wares.
Giago sat down with Dakota Midday host Lori Walsh to share his memories of growing up near the site, the history lessons that were not taught in school, and why now is the time to move forward with both honoring the dead and celebrating the living.
At the end of the audio, Giago gives an address for inquiries and donations. Click here for an online link.