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From genocide to resistance : the next 500 years / Winona LaDuke ; produced by David Barsamian.

Program Title:
From genocide to resistance : the next 500 years / Winona LaDuke ; produced by David Barsamian.
PRA Archive #: 
SZ0744
Description: 

Talk by Winona LaDuke, founding member of Women of All Red Nations and the Black Hills Alliance. She is also President of the Indigenous Women's Network. Ms. LaDuke presents the negative view of the Columbus Quincentennial by the Native American community. She shows how the arrival of Columbus marked the start of massive death and destruction, and how indigenous Americans can shape the future.|FROM GENOCIDE TO RESISTANCE : THE NEXT 500 YEARS / Winona LaDuke| produced by David Barsamian. - Talk by Winona LaDuke, founding member of Women of All Red Nations and the Black Hills Alliance. She is also President of the Indigenous Women's Network. Ms. LaDuke presents the negative view of the Columbus Quincentennial by the Native American community. She shows how the arrival of Columbus marked the start of massive death and destruction, and how indigenous Americans can shape the future. - RECORDED: University of Colorado, Boulder, 21 Apr. 1992. BROADCAST: Satellite, 19 May 1992. !!RESTRICTED DISTRIBUTION RIGHTS!! For cassette copies, write: David Barsamian, Alternative Radio, 2129 Mapleton, Boulder, CO. 80304. Telephone: (303) 444-0788.

Date Recorded on: 
University of Colorado, Boulder, 21 Apr. 1992.
Date Broadcast on: 
Satellite, 19 May 1992.
Item duration: 
1 reel (59 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|59:00
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1992.
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