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Title
On the Formation of the American Indian Movement; N.D
Alternative Title
H.K. Yuen Collection
Creator
Yuen, Hoh-Kun
Contributing Institution
UC Berkeley, Ethnic Studies Library
Collection
California Revealed from Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley
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Description
Both sides: How and why the American Indian Movement (AIM) was formed in Minneapolis, MN. First speaker talks about the issues within his community which prompted the creation of an organization which would benefit them, unlike the US government and/or christian organizations that don’t have their best interest in mind. Created and adult education program to help minimize further exploitation by the traders who come to the reservation, their legal rights, and so on. Education to preserve their culture. Discussion is recorded in a conference type setting and some of the audio is low or inaudible.
Type
sound
Format
Master
Sound
2-track mono
Identifier
BANC MSS 2005/290c Carton 223 Reel 4b
cueth_000481_a, cueth_000481_b
Language
English
Provenance
Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley
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