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Like A Hurricane
The Indian Movement From Alcatraz to Wounded Knee
Book - 1996
U.S. History in Context
Web Resource
Articles about the occupation from U.S. History in Context, one of our research databases in the E-Library. You will need your library card to see these articles. Articles about the occupation from U.S. History in Context, one of our research databases in the E-Library. You will need your library card to see these articles. Show less
'We're Still Here': Canoe Journey to Alcatraz to Remember the Native American Occupation 50 Years Ago
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"On Monday, Native people from across the West Coast gathered in San Francisco for a ceremonial canoe journey to Alcatraz Island. Each canoe represen...Show more "On Monday, Native people from across the West Coast gathered in San Francisco for a ceremonial canoe journey to Alcatraz Island. Each canoe represented a territory, tribe, community or family. They paddled to celebrate culture and values on Indigenous Peoples' Day, and to commemorate the 1969 Occupation of Alcatraz." KQED News is located in San Francisco, CA. Show less
How the spirit of the indigenous occupation of Alcatraz lives on, 50 years later
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"In 1969, indigenous activists occupied Alcatraz Island, demanding that their treaties be honored. Fifty years later, they’re still fighting." Waging Nonviolence is an independent, nonprofit media platform. "In 1969, indigenous activists occupied Alcatraz Island, demanding that their treaties be honored. Fifty years later, they’re still fighting." Waging Nonviolence is an independent, nonprofit media platform. Show less
The Occupation of Alcatraz that Sparked an American Revolution - YouTube
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Many know Alcatraz as a notorious federal prison, but it is also the site of a 19-month occupation led by a group of Native Americans. In 1969, more than 80 ... Many know Alcatraz as a notorious federal prison, but it is also the site of a 19-month occupation led by a group of Native Americans. In 1969, more than 80 ... Show less
20th November 1969: Native Americans begin their occupation of Alcatraz Island - YouTube
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After the prison closed in March 1963 the federal government declared the island surplus federal property, leading the IOAT to demand that it be returned to ... After the prison closed in March 1963 the federal government declared the island surplus federal property, leading the IOAT to demand that it be returned to ... Show less
50 YEARS LATER: The Takeover & Occupation of Alcatraz - YouTube
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"After the genocide and treaty-making period ended in 1871, Congress mandated Native culture, languages, customs, songs, dances, and ceremonies illegal (1880... "After the genocide and treaty-making period ended in 1871, Congress mandated Native culture, languages, customs, songs, dances, and ceremonies illegal (1880... Show less
This Land Is Their Land
The Wampanoag Indians, Plymouth Colony, and the Troubled History of Thanksgiving
Book - 2019
Surviving Genocide
Native Nations and the United States From the American Revolution to Bleeding Kansas
Book - 2019
Red Power
The American Indians' Fight for Freedom
Book - 1999
The Hank Adams Reader
An Exemplary Native Activist and the Unleashing of Indigenous Sovereignty
Book - 2011
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