The perspectives of three women - one each from Native American, African-American and Euro-American cultures - each shares their account of events leading up to the Wounded Knee Massacre and describe actual events in the west from 1865 to 1890. Such events include the Fort Laramie Treaty, the Battle of Little Big Horn or Greasy Grass, the Dawes Act and the Ghost Dance. They also include the death of Sitting Bull. To commemorate the upcoming 130-year anniversary of the 1890 Wounded Knee Massacre, Dakota Daughters have made it a priority for this story to be told throughout South Dakota with the addition of a suffrage footnote. Note: At the end of the program, audience members are invited to participate in an open discussion about the conflicting historical accounts.