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A Muskogee/Creek Elder who was active in the Native American movement and took part in National Native Rights activities as well as International Conferences and Forums.
THE LONGEST WALK, (42:00 min.s) recorded in a public forum Mar. 20, 1980 at Boulder, Colorado.
In this speech the late Phillip Deere explains the basic reasoning for the American Indian Movement, as well his involvement in that movement.
An Onondoga Chief of the Six Nations Iroquois and a respected leader in the Native American movement, Chief Lyons speaks and writes on a wide range of contemporary Native American issues.
THE FUTURE OF INDIAN NATIONS, (74:00 min.'s) recorded in a public forum Feb. 3, 1989 at Boulder, Colorado.
In this speech Chief Lyons relates the survival and future of Native people to our responsibility in the greater common cause of the survival of humankind.
Once served as the Chief of the Cherokee Nation, Chief Mankiller has been active in national and international issues of the Native American movement. However, her emphasis has been on local Native community development.
TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY, (55:30 min.'s) recorded Mar. 21, 1989 at Boulder, Colorado.
In this speech, the late Chief Mankiller reviews the history of the Cherokee experience, the evolution of Cherokee tribal government and her personal experience of being a woman Chief in tribal government.
A Seneca, Six Nations Iroquois, and author of the Akwesasne Notes publication, A Basic Call To Consciousness, John Mohawk is actively involved in the Native American movement in the U.S. and Internationally.
PERSPECTIVE OF MOTHER EARTH, (53:00 min.'s) recorded in a public forum April 18, 1990 at Boulder, Colorado.
In this speech, the late John Mohawk suggests a transformation in the human socialization process that develops a connection to Nature as an appropriate response to concerns of human survival.
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