American Indian activism : Alcatraz to the longest walk

The American Indian occupation of Alcatraz Island was the catalyst for a more generalized movement in which Native Americans from across the country have sought redress of grievances as they continue their struggle for survival and sovereignty. In this volume, some of the dominant scholars in the fi...

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Contributors: Johnson, Troy R., Nagel, Joane., Champagne, Duane.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Urbana : University of Illinois Press, ©1997.
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Table of Contents:
  • American Indian activism and transformation: lessons from Alcatraz /
  • Troy Johnson, Duane Champagne, and Joane 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 of Alacatraz /
  • LaNada Boyer
  • Indian students and reminiscences of Alcatraz /
  • Steve Talbot
  • Personal memories of Alcatraz, 1969 /
  • Luis S. Kemnitzer
  • Reminiscence of the Alcatraz occupation /
  • Edward D. Castillo
  • Native struggle for liberation: Alcatraz /
  • Jack D. Forbes
  • Alcatraz is not an island /
  • Lenny Foster
  • From the reservation to the Smithsonian via Alcatraz /
  • George P. Horse Capture
  • Government and the Indians: the American Indian occupation of Alcatraz Island, 1969-1971 /
  • John Garvey and Troy Johnson
  • American Indian placemaking on Alcatraz, 1969-1971 /
  • Robert A. Rundstrom
  • Eagles I fed who did not love me /
  • Woody Kipp
  • Reflections of an AIM activist: has it all been worth it? /
  • Karren Baird-Olson
  • Bloody wake of Alcatraz: political repression of the American Indian movenment during the 1970s /
  • Ward Churchill.