Videos tagged with government
Ernie La Pointe, the great, great Grandson of the Lakota Indian Chief, Sitting Bull, recalls the story passed down through generations of his family about the death of his great, great Grandfather. Sitting Bull (1830-1891) was a holy man and tribal chief from the Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux tribe. He united the Sioux tribes in their struggle for survival on the Great Plains of North America and lead his people against the oppressive policies of the United States Government. More info - www.reelcontact.com. All RIghts Reserved.
The Somalian Civil War in 1991 caused chaos and destruction to the lives of millions of Somalians and their families. In Part 3, Muhammed remembers returning home with his family only to find their house had been looted and destroyed by someone from another tribe. Damage was done to the entire property, and most significantly for Muhammad, to his fathers library where his father had a great collection of books and priceless family memories. Watch Part 1: Fleeing Home - http://www.storyvault.com/video/view/somalian_civil_war_forced_to_flee_home_part_11 Watch Part 2: Tribal Conflict - http://www.storyvault.com/video/view/somalian_civil_war_tribal_conflict_part_2
The Somalian Civil War in 1991 caused chaos and destruction to the lives of millions of Somalians and their families. In Part 2, Muhammed tells the story of how he and his family were forced to flee their home, the terror of being caught up in tribal warfare, having to take on a new identity and having his family home looted and destroyed. Watch Part 1: http://www.storyvault.com/video/view/somalian_civil_war_forced_to_flee_home_part_11
The Somalian Civil War in 1991 caused chaos and destruction to the lives of millions of Somalians and their families. In Part 1 Muhammed tells the story of how he and his family were forced to flee their home to the nearest city, recalling all of the problems which they encountered along the way; problems which encapsulate a civil war that threatened the lives and well being of an entire nation and helped shaped modern day Somalia.
Currently all over Spain there are a huge series of protests going on. They are a response to what are considered to be many unjust political and economic legislations. The government is believed to not be doing enough to help the terrible economic climate currently facing Spain. Young people, the unemployed, students, workers, retirees, people wanting to get on the property ladder... They are the worst affected and in these protests they are all are united in making politicians take notice and change their ways. This protest took place on 28/5/2011 in the Plaza de Catalunya in Barcelona. For several hours groups of protestors united to make as much noise as possible before the political speeches began. This video illustrates this. For more information (Spanish): http://www.democraciarealya.es/