18
Aug
2013

Lakota Women Lead Fight Against 'Liquid Genocide'

The small, un-incorporated town sits on the outskirts of the dry Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Despite a population of only 14 people, it has four different liquor stores that sell about 12,500 cans of beer per day or 4.9 million cans per year.

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