Describes the war against the Indians, a war that has never ended. It is
estimated that 90 million people died in this slaughter in the first century
after Columbus. The Ona of South America were exterminated in the early part
of this century, a fate shared by many Native peoples since 1492. But people
as diverse as the Kuna of the Caribbean coast of Panama, the Ika of
Columbia, the Souix of the Black Hills of Dakota and the Mohawk of Quebec
continue to fight for their land, their rights, and their culture.