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August 31, 1992 | DAN BAUM, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The reservation's radio station is surrounded. For nearly four months, a camp of protesters has laid siege to KILI, "the voice of the Lakota nation," demanding the resignation of the station's white manager and a return to programming rooted in the Oglala Sioux tribe's language and traditions. Half a dozen tepees stand at the bottom of Porcupine Butte, from whose slopes rise KILI's studio and 100,000-watt transmitter.
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August 31, 1992 | DAN BAUM, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The reservation's radio station is surrounded. For nearly four months, a camp of protesters has laid siege to KILI, "the voice of the Lakota nation," demanding the resignation of the station's white manager and a return to programming rooted in the Oglala Sioux tribe's language and traditions. Half a dozen tepees stand at the bottom of Porcupine Butte, from whose slopes rise KILI's studio and 100,000-watt transmitter.
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