The final series of quotes ends the series on a powerful note:
The struggle we had in the 21st century is to remain ourselves. Every one of us has to do our part to remain Lakota, to remain Indian. And to teach our children. To teach our grandchildren. And make sure that there will be children sitting in sweat lodge, standing at the Sun Dance, in 1,000 years. (Charlotte Black Elk)
Also, it's somewhat misleading to conflate Native activism and Wounded Knee II. As I said before, Native activism began several years earlier and would've continued with or without the occupation.
Interesting that the producers found some Indians to criticize Geronimo, but couldn't find any Indians with a negative take on Wounded Knee II. In fact, no one was even willing to say "mistakes were made" or "it was a complex situation." This is what I call spinning: taking a failed occupation and turning it into the most significant event of the century.
For more on the subject, see Connections in Wounded Knee and Review of Wounded Knee.