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  • Singer is killed in crash

    taken from Indianz.com

    Accident kills singer, activist wife
    TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2001

    An accident in Minnesota has claimed the lives of a Lakota drum group singer, his activist wife and their family friend.

    According to the Associated Press, Joseph Foote and Mary Foote were returning from a sweat lodge ceremony when their car, driven by Candance Caldwell, collided with another this past Saturday. The driver of the other car also died.

    Joseph Foote was a member of the Lakota Nation, Kola Singers and Rock Creek Singers drum groups. Along with his wife, they opened their home to several youths.

    Joseph was diagnosed with the AIDS/HIV. His wife had been participating in an AIDS vaccine program.
    Everything is gonna be alright!

    Be blessed - got love???

    This b me.....

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  • #2
    :( my heart goes out to all of his friends and family. this is a sad thing to happen.


    keith

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    • #3
      Man, what a loss. And theres not too much you can say. Except give your condolences to the family.

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      • #4
        I'd like to give my condoleances to the family and friendz!
        Lotz of Luv N Support!
        Walk Softly On Our Mother Earth ~ Cookie

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        • #5
          My condolences

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          • #6
            song

            "Oyate ki kawita au canne ocile k'un Tokiya ilale; Topa canla cante masicelo"

            4 those who dont speak lakota:

            "When tha people came together,I was looking for you. You're gone somewhere and my heart is sad for 4 days"
            (as he picks up a handfull of dirt and drops it) "Even this much land i will not sell"
            Tatanka Yotanka

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            • #7
              May Creator give them rich blessings this day
              ~~"Before I judge a man, I walk a mile in his moccasins. Then if I don't like him, I'm a mile away from him, and I still have his moccisins... R. LeVesque."~~

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              • #8
                i'm very sorry for all of their family and friends and wish future luck towards the new year. I know how it feel to lose a loved one.
                Lacey

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