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AIM

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Russell Means, Dennis Banks, Vernon and Clyde Bellecourt are among the founders of the American Indian Movement (AIM).
With another Native American activist, Russell Means, he formed the American Indian Movement, which became increasingly popular for bringing different tribes together in solidarity.
The American Indian Movement was first called the Concerned Indian American, its acronym, ironically, CIA.
Russell Means, of the radical leftist American Indian Movement, went so far at the time as to claim that Columbus "makes Hitler look like a juvenile delinquent" by comparison.
Support for American Indian Movement activist Leonard Peltier was also demonstrated during the powwow.
That rewriting centered upon a pamphlet prepared and distributed at taxpayer expense in which the Bureau purportedly rebutted on a case-by-case basis the roster of fatalities among American Indian Movement (AIM) members and its supporters compiled by Vander Wall and me and attributed to the FBI's "reign of terror" on the reservation (see pp.
The NFB film traces the life and death of Annie Mae Pictou-Aquash, a Mi'kmaq Native rights activist from Nova Scotia whose unsolved murder in South Dakota in 1976 provoked accusations that both the FBI and Annie Mae's fellow warriors in the American Indian Movement (AIM) were involved in the crime and its cover-up.
States with larger Indian populations tend to discuss the American Indian movement, [while] in urban Eastern cities and Southern states there is much more focus on teaching the African-American civil rights movement," he says.
They were joined by several leaders of the American Indian Movement (AIM), an organization known for confrontation and intense distrust of the federal government.
During the 1970s, the American Indian Movement (AIM) organized many protests over the treatment of Indigenous peoples--The Trail of Broken Treaties (1972), The Oscar Awards (1972), and a violent confrontation at Wounded Knee, South Dakota (1973) were notable.
DIED: Barbara Cameron, founder of the Gay American Indian Movement, in San Francisco, of undisclosed causes, February 12.
with the activities of the American Indian Movement and books such as Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee.

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