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American Indian activism : Alcatraz to the longest walk / edited by Troy Johnson, Joane Nagel and Duane Champagne.

By: Johnson, Troy R
Contributor(s): Nagel, Joane | Champagne, Duane
Language: English Publisher: Urbana : University of Illinois Press, 1997.Description: [vi], 297p. : ill. ; 23cm.ISBN: 0252066537
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Includes bibl. notes. - Contents: American Indian activism and transformation: lessons from Alcatraz / T. Johnson, D. Champagne, J. Nagel; Alcatraz, activism and accommodation / Vine Deloria, jr.; Urban Indians and the occupation of Alcatraz Island / Adam (Nordwall) Fortunate Eagle; Alcatraz recollections / Tim Findley; Reflections on Alcatraz / LaNada Boyer; Indian students and reminiscences of Alcatraz / Steve Talbot; Personal memories of Alcatraz, 1969 / L.S. Kemnitzer; A reminiscence of the Alcatraz occupation / Edward D. Castillo; The Native struggle for liberation / Jack D. Forbes; Alcatraz is not an island / Lenny Foster; From the reservation to the Smithsonian via Alcatraz / George P. Horse Capture; The government and the Indians / John Garvey, T. Johnson; American Indian placemaking in Alcatraz / R.A. Rundstrom; The eagles I fed who did not love me / Woody Kipp; Reflections of an AIM activist / K. Baird-Olson; The bloody wake of Alcatraz / Ward Churchill.

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