On the Great Plains of The United States, hidden away on the little traveled back roads of South Dakota, is American Prisoner of War Camp Number 344. It is now known as the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, and is the home of the Oglala Lakota. Pine Ridge is ground zero for native issues because of both the work of the American Indian Movement and because of the infamous Wounded Knee Massacre of 1890, where the US 7th Cavalry killed 300 Sioux and ended the Indian Wars. In this image Oglala youths hold an upside-down flag, an international symbol of distress and an act of defiance toward the U.S. government at a rally to commemorate a 1975 shoot-out between American Indian Movement (AIM) activists and FBI agents. Two agents and one AIM member died; AIM's Leonard Peltier was jailed for life.