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Award-winning Writer/Filmmaker Donald L. Vasicek's dream is to create awareness by documenting the Sand Creek Massacre. The Centennial, Colorado filmmaker/writer has worked for numerous years, using his money to produce a feature documentary film about the Sand Creek Massacre. You can see a longer version on the Video page.
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Islam Awakening Ignites Sand Creek Massacre Writer/Filmmaker Donald L. Vasicek

Abu Kamel, living in the Arabian Peninsula, commented on the Islamic Awakening Forum about U. S. Marines who urinated on Taliban dead bodies. Using the Sand Creek Massacre as his example, Kamel wrote that “America has no morality.” He references Award-Winning Writer/Filmmaker Donald L. Vasicek’s Sand Creek Massacre website,, in which he says the Sand Creek Massacre was one of America’s “military atrocities”, and ends by writing, “This is America’s legacy to the world.”

Vasicek said this is a red flag for Americans. Juxtaposing urination on dead bodies to the Sand Creek Massacre shows that America might want to take stock of their values and morals. While urinating on dead bodies is an isolated incident committed by arrogant U. S. marines that show disrespect, which was fear-based, the Sand Creek Massacre was a military attack on people they felt were a threat to them, which was fear-based, both acts were based on ignorance.

Americans need to come together. This means that all cultures, races, religions, etc. must join together to restore America to a position of respect and knock off the bully and thug image that was exacerbated during the Bush Administration.

You can read the posting in its entirety at:

Islamic Awakening Forum

Sand Creek Massacre Message to Methodists

In order to continue to cement relations between the Cheyenne people and the Methodist Church, the Methodist Church needs to show proper respect towards the Cheyenne people by talking with the Cheyenne people about the Sand Creek Massacre facts. In place of relying on Caucasian statistics, according to certain Cheyenne people and at least one of their chiefs, over 400 Cheyenne people were murdered at Sand Creek. Also, according to certain Cheyenne people and at least one of their chiefs, there were no Arapaho at Sand Creek during the massacre. The Arapaho always camped about 8 miles from the Cheyenne.

Donald L. Vasicek
Writer/Director/Producer of the award-winning documentary film, “The Sand Creek Massacre”