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[ARCHIVE] A history of the American Indian Movement w/ Nick Estes

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Release Date: 10/04/2021

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A preview of some of the great bonus content available to patrons of Red Media. Sign up for as little as $1 per month.  Support:  Nick Estes and Sina Rahmani from discuss John Carpenter's classic, Halloween (1978).

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*Episode originally posted August 2020*

Nick Estes, author of "Our History is the Future" and co-founder of The Red Nation, joins Breht from Rev Left Radio to discuss the history and legacy of the American Indian Movement, including the history of indigenous resistance in America, the origins and ideology of AIM, the Siege of Wounded Knee in 1973, the FBI's COINTELPRO, the Reign of Terror, and so much more. 

This is a collaborative project between Rev Left Radio and The Red Nation Podcast

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